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"Smoke and Water"
Prescribed burn in the Darling Scarp, seen across Perth Water as a storm brews.
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Wot? Me? Nahh... wern't me Guv! Honest!
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Canning Bridge
As seen from the bike path underneath.
This is the fourth bridge on this site, and dates from 1939. 
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Our two recumbent trikes.

These are a great way to get around - but make sure you work your gears, using spin rather than power. If you don't, it is really easy to damage your knees!
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Friend of ours pedalled a recumbent trike   (a rotovelo) from Perth to Sydney last year, via Adelaide and Melbourne..
He was hooking along on the flats but the hills slowed him to a crawl.
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"Yucanta" - That sense of disappointment upon logging into yucata.de and finding you have no moves waiting.
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Not joined enough games then!
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The skeleton of an alien beast washed up on the Como foreshore.

(OK, so it is a small palm. It still looks like it should be an alien beastie.)
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"As Above, So Below"
WPP 2015 - Week 18 - Landscape
+Weekly Photo Project 2015 curated by +Alen Ianni , +Bernhard Rembold , +Cliff Loresco , +Francesco Scaglioni , +Heather D ,  +Ken Fowkes ,  +Navin Upendran  , +Robyn King and +T.E. Smith
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Rain squalls move in over Melville Water, Mt Eliza, and Perth city.
Taken while sheltering from said squalls under Canning Bridge.
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Wonderful atmosphere :)
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"Good Advice"
This is on a blind corner on the bike path under Canning Bridge in Applecross. We were sheltering there from a heavy wind-and-rain storm that hit us as we crossed over.
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The Osborne Park Freeway Footbridge.
A truly inspired name for this graceful little bridge that joins the residential suburb of Stirling with the light industrial area of Osborne Park.

In the distance you can also see +Alicia Smith on her recumbent.
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This was my other candidate for Week 17 of the #WPP2015 , on the theme of decay.

As happy with this as I am, the one I used was more decayed. ☺
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Via Boing Boing, a close look at the myth of austerity in times of economic crisis.
The long read: The case for cuts was a lie. Why does Britain still believe it?
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SF Fan, Gamer, Kayaker, KoLer, Disc Golfer, Rock-climber, Sysadmin ... Just your usual geek.
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Born and raised in the West, grew up sailing on the river and reading of other worlds. Discovered computers too early, and became first an operator, then a programmer, next an analyst, then a DBA, and now a sysadmin.

Spends his spare time play boardgames, KoL (where he is known as The Grey Mauser), kayaking, reading SF&F, RPGing with his friends, and playing the odd round of disc golf.

He also rides a recumbent trike, and has been known to rock-climb, birdwatch, and geocache.


 

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Sailed an open boat on the open sea, designed and built a mach .9 craft, filmed an air-crash (with no casualties), and (most importantly) married a wonderfully brilliant artist.
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Unix Sysadmin
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Atmosphere: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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