The Scan

  • Posted on: 13 May 2005
  • By: agittins
Our lives are so full of "little black boxes" that hide from us a level of complexity that few of us truly grasp. This is a HeNe (Helium-Neon) Laser refracted across some PC-104 hardware, with a touch of dry ice to highlight the beam. The speckled nature of the red areas is inherent to laser light.

Our lives are so full of "little black boxes" that hide from us a level of complexity that few of us truly grasp. This is a HeNe (Helium-Neon) Laser refracted across some PC-104 hardware, with a touch of dry ice to highlight the beam. The speckled nature of the red areas is inherent to laser light.

Calm

  • Posted on: 29 April 2005
  • By: agittins
Between Anzac Day services just after dawn, I went for a walk towards "The Narrows", below Lake Baroon / Baroon Pocket Dam.

<i>2005-07-21 - submitted to the PhotoFriday.com &quot;Silky&qu

Between Anzac Day services just after dawn, I went for a walk towards "The Narrows", below Lake Baroon / Baroon Pocket Dam.

2005-07-21 - submitted to the PhotoFriday.com "Silky&qu

Rainbow Jetty

  • Posted on: 25 February 2005
  • By: agittins
From November 2004. A thunderstorm had just passed out to the east, the sun was setting beneath the remaining cloud. I figured there was a good chance for a rainbow over the Sandgate jetty, the drive was worth it.

From November 2004. A thunderstorm had just passed out to the east, the sun was setting beneath the remaining cloud. I figured there was a good chance for a rainbow over the Sandgate jetty, the drive was worth it.

Forest Floor

  • Posted on: 1 February 2005
  • By: agittins
Taken for the Fujimugs "Texture" challenge. Placed 43/81. This version has a reduced border with a clean edge, rather than the large, feathered edge border I submitted for the challenge.
The root shown here is that of the Strangler Fig which makes it's way in life by wrapping it's aerial roots around host trees, ultimately consuming them.

Taken for the Fujimugs "Texture" challenge. Placed 43/81. This version has a reduced border with a clean edge, rather than the large, feathered edge border I submitted for the challenge.
The root shown here is that of the Strangler Fig which makes it's way in life by wrapping it's aerial roots around host trees, ultimately consuming them.

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