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Over my six years in Australia, I travelled quite often but I did not bring my camera because of one reason or another. Even when I graduated with my PhD from Curtin University, my family brought along a digital camera and took some photos at my graduation. Those are the only photos during my four fruitful years of studying and teaching in Perth, Western Australia.

Similarly, I did not take any photos at JCU in Townsville, North Queensland. In 2005, while in Brisbane en route to Dallas to recieve the NARST Outstanding Paper Award, I bought a digital camera and started a new experience of digital photography. Photography was in fact my favourite hobby I had left behind while pursuing lifelong learning and venturing into the academic milieu where my professor friends had already worked for some twenty years...

 

   
 
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North Queensland Memories
     
   

These photos are the works of Professor Robin McTaggart of James Cook University (JCU), Townsville, North Queensland. After visiting my website earlier, he sent in some of his favourite photos for sharing with visitors. They have enriched my photo gallery and reminded me of the people and things in the tropical paradise where I once worked at JCU. Thank you Robin.

   
     
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JCU Library

Foxwell Park Far North Qld

Mt Fox Crater(Flat Top) North
Lime Fresh
Sugar mill bagasse crushing roller
 
 
Hibiscus
Warm digits on a cold night in Townsville
Picnic at Paronell Park North Qld
Portarlington Pier Victoria
Confucius' Frontgate Qufu China
 
             
 
Professor Robin McTaggart's images of
Bogotá, Columbia, 2007
   
  Copyright 2006-7 Robin McTaggart The copyright of the above photos belongs to Robin McTaggart. Please acknowledge his works if you use them in your own published printed or web-based material. Thank you.  
           
     
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