The Totem Poles of Ouyen United

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The Totem Poles of Ouyen United is Paul Daffey’s latest book, launched in Grand Final Week. As Daffey’s own website states, the book marks a return to his original reportage days in which… Continue reading

Williamstown 1976, and USS Long Beach warship

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Photo courtesy of Tony Beyer and the Facebook page The History of The Old Lost Western Suburbs of Melbourne The mystery photographer* may have had eyes only for the USS Long Beach, a… Continue reading

Yarraville Soccer Club, Kingsville, Victoria

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The scoreboard is in a distant corner. The grass and weeds are long. The numbers lay low, undisturbed, save for a man with a camera. A nest of nets? The biggest shelter shed… Continue reading

Maddington, Harmony Field, Western Australia

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  The Maddington Football Club history stretches back to 1923 in various competitions including Sunday Football¬† League forerunner the South Suburban Football League. The Bulls were part of the ¬†SFL when it came… Continue reading

Footscray Hockey Centre, Kingsville, Victoria

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The pedestrian/cycling path over the eight-lane freeway was closed so I had to take the detour underneath the railway bridge and alongside two sporting fields. Footscray Hockey Centre. (The Bulldogs, surprise, surprsie.)Yarraville Soccer… Continue reading

Lilydale, Victoria

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My wife is travelling. Frankfurt. Prague. Budapest. The Danube. Seeing the sights with her sister. Salzburg. Amsterdam. Paris. The Eiffel Tower. The Champs Elysses. Switzerland. By SwissRail. Mountains. Alps. Summer. I catch a… Continue reading

Campbell Town, Tasmania Re-visited

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Words and photos by Chris Rees Return to Campbell Town I popped in for a look at the Campbell Town footy ground, five years on from the last set of photos. Two days… Continue reading

Chidlow, Western Australia

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  The game was over but the score was still up when we got to Chidlow marking a good win by the Tigers over their inaccurate top-of-the-table rivals. Chidlow has won the past… Continue reading