My month in Oz: thanks everybody!

This will – probably – be one of the last posts on this blog. So this is the time to thank everyone for helping me, for entertaining me, for hosting me, for guiding me, for taking me out, for taking care of me and making my trip so ‘au-some’.

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Australia photos: number plates

Another item I like to photograph is number plates. In Australia, there are many different formats.

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Australia photos: police cars

Yes, my job influences me. So I take photos of police cars and vehicles.

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Grindr: barometer for homophobia

As I pointed out earlier not everything is in Australia as gay as in Dorothy’s Oz. On my tour, I found Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney to be gay friendly. Maybe Brisbane too. Outside these ‘gay islands’, it’s a different story.

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Melbourne: photos II

After Sydney I returned to Melbourne.

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e-Australia 2.0

If you feel I’m a slave to my iPhone, think again. Australians are attached to their smartphone and the iPhone is very popular. Of course the Aussies don’t have to buy the iPhone straight out as we Belgians do. They get a contract and they pay it off every month, together with the telephone and internet service.

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Sydney Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge photos

The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are the two main landmarks of Sydney. They are worth an own album.

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