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An Eye for Detail – Architectural Drawings of Notable Buildings

A skilful coloured pencil drawing can bring out vibrancy in the most solid of buildings…

Horst Tiefholz

TG #51

TG #51 : Wildfires + Tiny Pictures + Magic Hexafoils  + Avian Eggs

Editor

A Forest Burnt – Images of the Southern Forest

Millions of charred trees and bright splashes of green…

Nick Fitzgerald

Unexpected Colours – A Diversity of Eggs

There’s an unexpected variability in the eggs of birds, if you think to look carefully.

Kiara L'Herpiniere

Tiny Images – A Collection of Stamps

Way back in the 20th century, before emails and smartphones, messages travelled around the world powered by tiny little paintings…

Editor

The Hidden Hexafoils: The Tasmanian Magic Project

The first Europeans in Tasmania brought the magic of their homelands into their homes…

Tasmanian Magic Project

TG #50

TG  #50:  The White Knights + Spherical Lenses + Western Travels + In Our Nature: Antarctica + Saltmarshes + GIANT TREES

Editor

Giant Trees of Tasmania – Where to See Them and Why They’re Important

Did you know Tasmania has the world’s tallest and largest flowering plants?

Editor
Vishnu Prahalad

Catching the Light – Five Glass Spheres

If you can’t look in all directions at once, you still have options…

Alistair Luckman