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Sunrise, sunset and Erotica in Coral Bay 2

A place of full of wonder with magnificent landscapes, pristine beaches and nature in all its glory. Picture perfect we would never be able to replicate!
A place of full of wonder with magnificent landscapes, pristine beaches and nature in all its glory. Picture perfect we would never be able to replicate!
The ruggend beauty of the Cape Range National Park contrasted with the aquatic splendour of the Ningaloo Marine Park
The ruggend beauty of the Cape Range National Park contrasted with the aquatic splendour of the Ningaloo Marine Park
Last year was the second-warmest on record in Australia and the past decade was the hotest recorded nationaly.
Last year was the second-warmest on record in Australia and the past decade was the hotest recorded nationaly.
In Western Australia, 2009 brought the second highest average maximum daily temperature of 30.3 C.
In Western Australia, 2009 brought the second highest average maximum daily temperature of 30.3 C.
Each decade in Australia since 1940 has been warmer than the previous one.
Each decade in Australia since 1940 has been warmer than the previous one.
The observations proved that the climate was unequivocally warming, in line with world-wide measurements showing that 2009 was the fifth-hottest year globaly. The replica of the Dutch ship - which visited this area in 1618.
The observations proved that the climate was unequivocally warming, in line with world-wide measurements showing that 2009 was the fifth-hottest year globaly. The replica of the Dutch ship - which visited this area in 1618.
Renowned for being one of the world's treacherous coastlines, a decision was forged to locate two lighthouses on the Ningaloo Reef.
Renowned for being one of the world's treacherous coastlines, a decision was forged to locate two lighthouses on the Ningaloo Reef.
The Vlamingh Head Lighthouse and the Points Cloates Lighthouse were built in 1911 and 1912 respectively.
The Vlamingh Head Lighthouse and the Points Cloates Lighthouse were built in 1911 and 1912 respectively.
One adventurous traveller in the place of landing of the schooner 'Maud' in 1884.
One adventurous traveller in the place of landing of the schooner 'Maud' in 1884.
Average rainfall for 2009 was under the long-term average of 464 mm. Australia is drying out.
Average rainfall for 2009 was under the long-term average of 464 mm. Australia is drying out.
While we enjoyed the calm waters of Coral Bay, back home in Perth hundreds of beachgoers were forced to flee the city beaches after two Tiger sharks were spotted near the shore.
While we enjoyed the calm waters of Coral Bay, back home in Perth hundreds of beachgoers were forced to flee the city beaches after two Tiger sharks were spotted near the shore.
These friendly Geraldton natives are the town own welcoming committe. They are wild. You need to respect them, give them the right of way and do not feed them.
These friendly Geraldton natives are the town own welcoming committe. They are wild. You need to respect them, give them the right of way and do not feed them.
Looking for turtles. There are three known species of turtles in the Ningaloo Reef, the Green, Loggerhead and Hawksbill.
Looking for turtles. There are three known species of turtles in the Ningaloo Reef, the Green, Loggerhead and Hawksbill.
Chasing my own shadow on the Oyster Stacks. This sit is great for fish life and is best accessed on a high or incoming tide. The shoreline is cocky with some sharp oyster shelled areas.
Chasing my own shadow on the Oyster Stacks. This sit is great for fish life and is best accessed on a high or incoming tide. The shoreline is cocky with some sharp oyster shelled areas.
We need to maintain our pristine environment. I take only photograps and memories and leave only footprints.
We need to maintain our pristine environment. I take only photograps and memories and leave only footprints.
Ningaloo Reef is one of the few reef systems in the world that have formed on the western side of a continent.
Ningaloo Reef is one of the few reef systems in the world that have formed on the western side of a continent.
The name Ningaloo comes from the local Aboriginal people meaning promontory or point of high land jutting into the sea
The name Ningaloo comes from the local Aboriginal people meaning promontory or point of high land jutting into the sea
Of the seven species of turtle worldwide, six can be found in Australia, three of these can be found at Ningaloo, we are going to look for them...  COME BACK FOR THE LAST PART OF THE ADVENTURES FROM CORAL BAY
Of the seven species of turtle worldwide, six can be found in Australia, three of these can be found at Ningaloo, we are going to look for them... COME BACK FOR THE LAST PART OF THE ADVENTURES FROM CORAL BAY

AVATAR - What will be next?

AVATAR
What will be next?
fast, effortless and silent death
of our unique human traits

Titanic and Avatar
the most popular movies
of our time
satisfy our hunger
for the perfect copy
of the past
we dream to recreate
or the future
we are looking forward to live in…
comfortably and now.

Cameron has the right voice
at the right time
and his picture perfect
with the newest visual effects
make us proud
our world colonization is over,
we are ready to reach for stars.

We can create
so we can destroy.
Higher we reach,
lower we fall
But we want to
have
more, more and even more…

More food
we have
gluttony follows
we overeat
ourselves
to our own death
More food
we have
less value for us
it has
our rubbish tips
are piled
with leftovers
while hungry
are starving
we are paying
a lot
for another type
of an unsuccessful diet…

More comfort
we have
laziness follows
we indulge
ourselves

to our own death
More goods
we have
less value for us
it has
our rubbish tips
are piled
with outdated
technology
while some
of our neighbours
struggle to meet
their basic needs
we chase
the newest item
on the electronic market
to stay tune in
with our entertainment industry…


Everyday
we are bombarded
with news
of our depleted natural resources
of yet another environmental disaster
of gloomy future of our planet
Everyday
We overeat ourselves
overindulge ourselves
and in comfort of our homes
we dream
that once
just like
in Cameron’s movie
we will make a copy
the perfect copy
of our planet Earth
somewhere else
or even the perfect copy
of ourselves…


Cameron has the right voice
at the right time
and his picture perfect
with the newest visual effects
make us proud
our world colonization is over,
we are ready to reach for stars.

We can create
so we can destroy.
Higher we reach,
lower we fall.
But we want to
have
more, more and even more…

Fast food, effortless living,
an uncomplicated relationship,
the perfect life,
that is what we wish for…
There are fewer couples,
even less families
and more people living alone…

Struggling in silence,
feeling lonely,
desperately wishing to meet someone,
but lucking the basic social skills.

The first, life-size robotic
girlfriends or boyfriends
were designed for them.
Complete with artificial
intelligence
and flesh-like synthetic skin,
apparently,
they are perfect companions,
they come
with five personalities.

No more fear of dying,
of loosing your partner,
your dear one,
your pet,
a piece of DNA
and a lot of money,
and you can have
a copy,
a perfect copy,
of them,
back.


Cameron has the right voice
at the right time
and his picture perfect
with the newest visual effects
make us proud
our world colonization is over,
we are ready to reach for stars.

We can create
so we can destroy.
Higher we reach,
lower we fall.
But we want to
have
more, more and even more…

Stability makes us reckless,
living in a stable relationship,
makes us dream
about a secret love.
Ordinary profession
makes us wish
for an adventure
And our suburban
existence
makes us plan
another exotic
holiday
to spice up
our lives.
The value
of
places, people or things
depends
how far they are from our reach.

No more fear of dying,
the ability
to replicate
the life,
a copy,
the perfect copy
of you,
me,
us…

What would happen to us,
when we put price on our lives?

I am no one
and
I am every one
one human being
among billions of others
with an unique human trait.
You can take my DNA,
you can make a perfect copy of me,
but you can not make me,
as I am not perfect.
You will make my shade.

We dream about the perfect picture,
yet,
we forget,
that the most beautiful things on Earth,
are created by an accident,
by a chance,
by many imperfections
on big scale of life.



AVATAR
What will be next?
fast, effortless and silent death
of our unique human traits













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ralwus 6 years ago

Another great double hub. I love the tours of your country in pictures. Now the written hub has made me feel guilty. I have not seen Avatar and probably won't. We have done enough damage here. Thanks girl, you rock! CC


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lmmartin 6 years ago from Alberta and Florida

Hi Beata. First, thanks for another breathtaking tour, and the words under each picture with their subtle warnings. You may have the hottest year on record -- here in Florida we are enjoying the coldest spell on record. Who can figure? Second, truly marvelous, thought-provoking poetry. Yet, I must protest. I saw Avatar (in 3D yet) but took home a parallel of our past, not a potential future. The view of the invaders that these were savage, subhuman beings not worthy of the coveted world they inhabited/ a people subjugated for the natural resources beneath their feet. Sounds achingly familiar. I did not see a possible future, but a rebuke for the atrocities of history. Perhaps it's just as well that we are unlikely to ever reach the stars -- we are of this world and part of it -- time we learned this humbling lesson. Thanks for an illuminating experience. You are a great writer and what makes you so is you don't realize it.


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Beata Stasak 6 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you ralwus, you are right we keep doing more and more damage here, hopefully, we will not be able to take our rubish somewhere else in the future...Thank you for your kind words my dear 'distance friend'.

My dear Lynda, we never learn to learn from past, unfortunatellly for us. And also, I don't see as a past yet, we keep 'invading' our neighbour countries and keep stealing their resources as well as abuse the first inhabitants /it is happening in Australia just now, where big international mining companies are trying to misplace Aboriginal people and destroying their rock art. The Australian Aboriginal culture is the oldest culture on earth, but resources are more important and these big international companies are too powerful...never ending story of the past, present and future...

I think therefore I tried to concentrate on future because I don't see that we have time or even effort to change present...

Thank you my dear Lynda for your valuable input, it is so great to hear from you.

All the best my friends. Beata


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Moulik Mistry 6 years ago from Burdwan, West Bengal, India

Very interesting piece, loved it very much - thank you for sharing...


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ezhuthukari 6 years ago from Kerala

So true..You have beautifully put to words a distinct and disturbing image of present day..Really liked it! Well done.


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Beata Stasak 6 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you my new 'hub friends' for your kind words and encouragement. All the best with your writing and hubbing. Beata


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Peggy W 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

I have not seen the movie Avatar but your words and those of others who have commented make it seem enticing to see someday. Apparently people take away different meanings from the movie? Loved seeing your pictures of Australia and learning a bit more about it from the things written under each picture. Enjoyed this hub!


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Beata Stasak 5 years ago from Western Australia Author

It is worth seeing in Peggy, I love movies that are open to many interpretations as we can learn so much more from them, don't you think?


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brittanytodd 4 years ago from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Beautiful. I can't wait to read more work by you.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Happy you liked it 'Brittany', I like to reflect on books, movies and art general and I also love to travel throughout our Great Southern Land so I combine both of my passions in my hubs...it is great that so many people stop by and take a few steps with me along my travels:)


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pan1974 4 years ago from Columbus,Ga

I really love this poem, nice to no there are others in the world that appreciate uniqueness, and real people.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you my dear Pan...there is more of us than you think...I have been scarred from the start that I am different, and yet people respond just like you...thank you for giving me confidence to be who I am and write about what I think is right:)


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Angela Biggs 4 years ago from United Kingdom

Oo. The pictures are lovely. You are lucky to have visited all those places :) I am jealous. lolz..


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

thank you Angela..the world is full of beautiful places,just open your eyes and your ears, put on good travelling shoes...your journey starts when you are ready...


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

I finally saw the movie Avatar on television a while back and enjoyed it immensely. Just came back to let you know that I now understand what you had written about it better. Nice job! Up votes and SHARING.


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Beata Stasak 4 years ago from Western Australia Author

Thank you dear Peggy, it is great to know that my fellow hubber finds the time to come back and clarify the response to my writing. It makes me feel very special, liked Avatar too, of course and discussed it a lot with my kids long way back and from that discussion my piece of writing on it emmerged:)


Mike 21 months ago

I was curious if you ever thugoht of changing the structure of your site? Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or 2 pictures. Maybe you could space it out better?


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Beata Stasak 21 months ago from Western Australia Author

thank you Mike, I try:) Always happy for the new suggestions, those texts have been written two years ago now, I write less now and hopefully more in content and less in volume...everything improves with practice, hey?


Federica 21 months ago

Fantastic blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring wrietrs? I'm hoping to start my own site soon but I'm a little lost on everything. Would you suggest starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I'm completely confused .. Any ideas? Thanks a lot!


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Beata Stasak 21 months ago from Western Australia Author

Hi Frederica I don't write anymore way too much, I have few sites I have opened few years back just to explore my creative site, smile:) I don't write for money I don't consider myself good enough, it is just a creative outlet for me to calm down after my work:)

thank you for your lovely comment and good luck with your writing endeavour:)...

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