20 January 2020 – Site Update – Scale Modelling section added

The scale modelling articles that were originally hosted at Andrew's Trains have been moved to this site. The move has helped focus the mission of Andrew's Trains to small model railway layouts and allows me to enjoy posting about my modelling in a simpler less timely and stressful format here. Scale Modelling pages move to... Continue Reading →

Growing and Blowing – 12 October 2019

Around the world at the moment people are calling for change, to how we impact the planet and how we maintain our lifestyle. While celebrating my darling wife's birthday today we took a road trip past the wind farm at Mt Mercer in Central Victoria. This wind farm is large, and in sight of the newest... Continue Reading →

New section and a recipe published – May 01, 2019

I've added a new section under the GO menu for Baking, recipes and food. And, I've posted the first of my mother's collected recipes from her 1963 Diary and Cookbook - my Aunt's basic biscuit recipe. Updated, tested and published today the biscuits (cookies for those of a northern hemispheric nature) are light, not too... Continue Reading →

A late winter sunset in Ballarat

While the lovely lady of the house and I missed the Blood Moon (total eclipse of the moon) this morning, I did manage to get a very late evening sunset shot to cap the day. Enjoy.  

The sights you see

Some days the planets align, and a perfect photographic opportunity presents itself. Today I found an opportunity to shoot Cam Scale's 'To the unknown Mariner' painted on the Old Port of Geelong building at 65 Brougham Street, Geelong. It took Cam 11 days to complete. With neutral grey skies, and rain in the offing, I managed... Continue Reading →

Science – here is why I love it so

NASA... I love them. For exploring, and for sharing what they discover on their journeys. Even more importantly i love the fact that since it is in the public domain citizen filmmakers and scientists can make use of those images in unique and in this case wondrous ways. Juno takes a handful of still photographs... Continue Reading →

Flying over Mars (in 3D)

The thought of one day being able to see Mars out the window each morning fills me with hope for the human race - the only race on our planet. To ensure the survival of our species in the long run we need to get 'off the rock' on which we were born. As the... Continue Reading →

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