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A new online time capsule means residents of Marion and surrounding suburbs will be able to show future generations what life was like in 2013. EMILY ERICKSON reports.
A collection of photos highlighting the music, dance, art and wonder that WOMADelaide 2013 had to offer, taken by JEMMA PIETRUS
A collection of laughter, joy, magic and sunshine at the 2013 WOMADelaide Festival, taken by JEMMA PIETRUS
JACK BALDWIN travelled to Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, in June 2012. Much of the media has moved on from the area since the tsunami of March 2011, and those that remain seem to focus on worst-case nuclear doomsday scenarios. JACK followed the NGO Save Minamisoma Project, up to get a firsthand perspective of the people and the situation.
The AstroFest’s David Malin Awards bring together enthusiastic astronomers and photographers from across Australia, with the exhibit showcasing breathtaking shots of the heavens. Now award-winning “astrophotography” pieces are being displayed in Adelaide. SIONNIE KELLY has more.
Images of Iran as a nuclear threat with a strict dictatorial regime and religious supression dominate the western psyche. But this image greatly offends the majority of Iranians, who argue Iran is so much more than a stereotype. MARTY MCCARTHY went to Iran and bought back a photo essay on the beauty and madness of the country.
A collection of photos from the third day of the 2012 WOMADelaide event, taken by NICHOLAS PIPE.
More great photos from the 2012 WOMADelaide, taken by PAIGE MULHOLLAND.
Photographer TANYA JANE BRAIN went along to the first night of WOMAD 2012 and captured some of the magic and music in a series of beautiful photos.
Rome is a twisting jumble of modernity and history and Florence is a romantic labyrinth of alleyways and winding streets. The homes along the Liguria coast sprout out of the hills like trees, hauntingly close to sheer cliffs, and Venice turns out to be a haunting sight of old buildings emerging from watery mists left over from a late Winter. SIAN CAIN went to Italy for a month and captured these brief snapshots of Italian life.