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Fancy yourself as a photographer? AusPharm regularly publishes photographs submitted by our members and would love to have a look at what you have to offer. Ideally, photos should have a pharmacy aspect to them but this is not mandatory. To submit a photo for consideration please email Mark Dunn.


AusPharm Photo of the week

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Next year's canola oil :: Bill Arnold : 31/08/2012 :

I passed through Cootamundra last Monday, where they were celebrating the Don's birth there 100 years ago to the day.

This field of rape will be next year's canola oil.

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PSE an open seller in Fiji :: Tony Rowland : 24/08/2012 :

This was taken while in Fiji recently for a wedding. It was taken in the ‘general store’ of the resort. Take a close look at the products available from the delightfully friendly young and unqualified Fijian staff.
 
One of the wedding party purchased cold & flu tabs – yes PSE formula – while there. If only there had been a pharmacist on duty to ascertain that the person had a serious heart condition, an auto-immune inflammatory condition and GI issues! And only 25 years old!

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Milky Way :: David Haworth : 17/08/2012 :

Ungarie is a small town near West Wyalong NSW that is slowly recovering from being flooded earlier this year.

This tower is at the north end of town just within the glow from the street lights.

The photo of the Milky Way and the tower was taken with a Canon 5D Mk3 at ISO 6400 and F6.3 for 30 seconds. This camera can literally see in the dark! Temperature 4 degrees.

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Another honour for Terry White :: : 10/08/2012 :

Industry legend Terry White received yet another accolade at last weekend's Australian College of Pharmacy conference in Brisbane.

Mr White was bestowed with a Fellowship honoris causa for services to the profession and to the College over many years.

Mr White is shown below receiving his Fellowship from College Academic Dean, Professor Mike Roberts.

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Big tree :: Mark Dunn : 03/08/2012 :

This photo was taken during a recent 80k endurance ride near Meander in Tasmanian. While it wasn't actually taken by me (that's me at the front in the red shirt) it has certainly attracted some comment from those who've seen it.

The photo was taken by professional photographer Matt Bennet, who's given us permission to reproduce it as Photo of the Week.

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Mother and child with goanna :: Peter Bayly : 27/07/2012 :

We were recently at Aileron Roadhouse about 150km north of Alice Springs and found a massive sculpture of concrete on steel by Mark Egan.

That's the lovely Carol, my favourite wife of 49 years, at the bottom.

This certainly made our day as did the chat with Russell Guy who runs the local Aboriginal Art Gallery.

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Yet another iPhone snap... :: Gabi Dunn : 29/06/2012 :

Here's an iPhone snap our admin Gabi took while on semester break on the north east coast of Tasmania last week.

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APHS CEO sleeps rough to help homeless :: : 22/06/2012 :

APHS Packaging CEO Cathie Reid joined 150 other beanie-clad business leaders to sleep rough in Brisbane last night for the annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout.

Cathie said APHS staff, suppliers, customers and friends had rallied behind her to raise more than $10,000 for St Vincent de Paul homeless services, double her target.

So far, this year's Vinnies CEO Sleepout events around the country have raised more than $4.5 million.

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The challenge of (remote) indigenous pharmaceutical care :: : 15/06/2012 :

This in from a colleague in a remote indigenous community.

'This man is on warfarin when he takes it - severe mitral valve disease.'

'Sister, can you fill my medicine box'.

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Bonjela :: Leo Hamulczyk : 01/06/2012 :

Recently I have been in Turkey, and one of my tasks given to me by my colleagues at work was to bring back Pashmina shawls/scarves as they were annoyed at me when I came back from Iran 3 years ago without bringing back any of the cheap Pashmina shawls I told them about.

So I was surprised to find one of the major brand of Pashmina scarves in Turkey is Bonjela!

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