Andy majors in photography. He found his interest when his dad first got him a computer. Andy would always look at pictures of landscapes and thought about doing that himself. When he was 15 he bought himself a beautiful camera. Everyday he would take about 7 pictures and put it in an album. He managed to fill 3 albums full of pictures. He got quite worried that he took to many pictures he was a self proclaimed hard finatic. He would sometimes sell his pictures. People thought they were quite amazing. Some of his pictures would make it into the magazines. He loved photography.
Moon Base Indromedia, The Moon, 2024
“Commander Daniels? I’ve discovered… Umm I’m not really sure what this is.” Private Rogers stumbled over the confusion of this creature
“Rogers, what does it look like?” replayed Commander Daniels
“It, it looks like an octopus but more slender, greyish definitely some disfiguration.”
“Try and capture it and bring it back to the base.”
After capturing the creature Rogers brought it back to the base and put it in a sealed experiment container. It was discovered that the creature had a deadly toxin that could kill any human with the smallest dosage.
“But how can something so tiny-“
“I don’t know Rogers, I don’t know.”
This video was about the federation of Australia and the lead up to it over many centuries. The federation of Australia was officially on January the 1st 1901 where all the “colonies” joined to together to make the commonwealth of Australia. Back in 1642 a Dutch explorer called Abel Tasman discovered Tasmania hence the name. In 1770 Captain James Cook claimed a big chunk of Australia for Britain of course before it was a country. Many things like women and aboriginals being able to vote came in a little later as well the northern and Australian capital territory. A question I have is if other cultures from other countries had discovered Australia would we be any close to how we are today? Another question I have is what is so different about the discovery of New Zealand compared to Australia? I now understand more about why it was so difficult for Australia to become a country and a little about the earlier history of Australia.
Red- Facts and Recalls
My name is Heather Whitfield and Ive stumbled across a giant statue in the ground. The statue has a humanoid figure, male. Wait, it seems to be alive, it’s lifting itself out of the ground! I am currently stationed at a research facility on Snake Island, Brazil! The statue is moving towards the north-west part of the island. I think it’s headed for the Brazilian mainland. “Welp, there goes Brazil.” I said as I sighed slowly. My job as a geologist is to study the Earth not save some country from disaster. I guess I’ll just go back to my work then.
Hi I’m Johnny and I am quite a nerd. If you were to ask me about any video game from the last decade to now I could tell you many things about every one. But like every other self proclaimed nerds I am very lonely, I don’t have any friends except for my tamagotchi that my brother bought for me when he was a kid back in in the 90’s. I mean I always get picked last for everything like the stereotypical nerd I am. I am not the fittest kid out there and so that’s why I am always last in everything.
“What a remarkable morning! Don’t you say Jeremy?”
“Quite gingerly, If I do say so myself, Roberto.
This morning was like no other, this morning was the most beautiful morning in the world. Imagine a fox and a lion fighting in a majestic battle for greatness over the land, colors colliding and a beautiful masterpiece of true symbolic power. The orange and yellow showed what this morning could do to emotions and inner feelings, however the sound of cars and planes ruined the entire display of nature. The discovery of these many elements has destroyed the earth in many ways.
This video was about the first fleet coming to Australia.
Unlike the aboriginals the British colony was much more advanced. The British had boats, houses, clothes but the aboriginals only had tents campfires and coats of fur to wear. In the video it described the harsh conditions British people had to live in. The aboriginals didn’t have much but they understood how to take care of one another and they managed to stay around for a very long time. The British were so overpopulated that jobs and a living was hard to come by. Why did the British sentence criminals so harshly? What was the reason for the overpopulation in Britain at the time? An understanding I now have is that the British in their state back then was difficult for families to live a happy, wealthy life.
This video was about 2 aboriginals and some of the things they do in day.
The aboriginals were quite primitive compared to the British or other colonies around the world. The aboriginals would have to deal with sleeping in the cold with no buildings and an indoor campfire they’d have to manage with just tents and small fires. In the video it explains how they take care of different situations such as discovering something new or seeing other people who to them look completely different back then. Why were the aboriginals seen as a threat to the British when they knew that they were more powerful and dangerous? How come the British didn’t try and communicate with the aboriginals to get an understanding of where they were? An understanding I now have is that the British were very hard to convince and often rational in situations such as the ones described in the video.