Saturday, January 23, 2010

Eagle's eye

Hungry Jack's
Main North Road, Adelaide, South Australia
September 11, 2009; 11:04:24 AM




St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral
Wakefield St., Adelaide, South Australia
January 10, 2010; 11:00:48 AM





"Eagles have extremely keen eyesight which enables them to spot potential prey from a very long distance. This keen eyesight is primarily contributed by their extremely large pupils which ensure minimal diffraction (scattering) of the incoming light."




17 comments:

RJ said...

Nobody is, indeed, perfect.

SLY said...

bigla akong napa-ihi nung nakita ko ang pic # 2 :)

Chyng said...

seriously? may ganyan din pala sa australia. Ü

Lord CM said...

Hehehe :D Ang kulit nung automatic door, kailangan mo pang i-pull lolzz

Kahit nasan ka talaga, di mawawala ang mga ganyan.d2 rin meron kaso pinadala ko na sa pinas kasi camera ko :(

Sardonyx said...

kala ko sa Japan lang may ganyan kahit pala sa Australia meron din ang nakakapagtaka english naman salita nila pero may mali pa rin hehehe

Kosa said...

Basta naiintindihan eh ayus na!

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all about Eagle ba to Doc?

There's a Eagle in you? yun ba yun?

MarcoPaolo said...

may ganon talaga?

docgelo said...

kala ko sa pinas lang may wrong grammar. =) but seriously, sometimes even native speakers of english got lost for words; nawawala ba ang mga "-is, was, were" nila, you know? (ala pacman)

Manech said...

Funny. :)

Maybe it's just me, but I believe something good always comes out of this abuse of the language, because it develops that way.

Or maybe I'm just looking at it on a very poetic perspective. :)

Manech said...

Sorry for the spam-like behavior.

Just want to say that I really like the header. I find it really smart. :)

isladenebz said...

Hehe. Akala ko pag Aussie magaling sa English...

I agree with DocGelo. Native English speakers are good in English but not necessarily in written English.

Parang tayo. We speak in Tagalog but have difficulties writing in proper Tagalog.

I like the title: Eagle's eye. (E ang chook's eye, gaano kalinaw kaya?)

Nash said...

LOLZ @ URIN TAB

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bertN said...

Believe it or not, I've seen them too in the US of A, probably with more frequency.

lucas said...

kamusta naman yung automatic door...??? haha!

RJ said...

SLY
Check mo baka nakapag administer ka sa sarili mo ng diuretics. o",)



CHYNG
Meron, Chyng! Proof na 'yang mga pictures. Actually marami pa.



LORD CM
Paano naman kaya isinulat ng mga taga-Palau ang signages na 'yon?! Sigurado ka bang local ang gumawa nun at hindi Filipino? Joke!



SARDONYX
Hahah, hindi mo nahulaan ang bagay na ito ay meron din sa Australia. Check mo ang bolang kristal mo, Sardonyx bakit pumapalya. Hahah!



KOSA
Oo nga naman, ano. Basta naihayag ang nais na mensahe ayos na. U

Matanglawin, bro!

RJ said...

MARCOPAOLO
Meron.



DOCGELO
Agree, doc.

Dadalawin kita sa blog niyo doc, promise.



MANECH
Welcome to The Chook-minder's Quill!

You have a unique opinion on this matter.

On my header- Thank you. It's a gift from RDAConcepts.



ISLADENEBZ
Maraming namamatay sa maling akala, hahah! U

Hindi kasinglinaw ng mata ng agila ang mata ng mga manok, Kuya Nebz. Kaya 'eagle' nalang ang ginamit ko.



NASH
Sige, Nash dadalawin kita doon sa blog mo. Welcome sa The Chook-minder's Quill!

RJ said...

BERTN
I believe... o",)



LUCAS
o",)
Ron paano naman 'yong 'FRESH MADE BREAKFAST,' Tama ba? Di ba mas okay kung Freshly-made breakfast?