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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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My new toy :: Amanda Galbraith : 24/02/2012 :

In the absence of a new Photo of the week, this is a rerun of a photo first published almost excactly on the 9th of June, 2006.

This is my new toy, a hot air balloon with our logo on it. This photo was taken over the national capital in April.

The balloon is called Milly Mandy and is 84000 cubic feet of hot air surrounded by a huge logo for the Capital Chemist pharmacies in Canberra. Canberra is the only capital in the world over which balloons are able to fly, and this makes it a great place for such an advertising medium.

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Camel Rock :: David Haworth : 17/02/2012 :

If you look very hard under the black cloud you can see Bermagui Pharmacy where I am working at the moment.

This is the back end of Camel Rock.

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Yellow Patch :: Annette Devries : 10/02/2012 :

In the absence of a new Photo of the week, this is a rerun of a photo first published almost excactly 6 years ago today, on 7 February 2006.

"This photo is definitely pharmacy related. It is an image of where you can be after years of hard work caring for people and their health needs. This beautiful place is called Yellow Patch. It is at the top of Curtis Island which hugs the east coast of Qld from Gladstone north for 45 nautical miles (or around 80Km). It is only accessible by boat, and then carefully at high tide to avoid the sand banks.

The sand really is a brilliant deep orange-yellow. If you look carefully you will see a dinghy on the beach and a person walking nearby. This gives some sense of scale to the size of the sand dune. So keep up the good work all you caring pharmacists. One day you too might retire and buy a boat and visit this glorious spot yourselves."

The sand really is a brilliant deep orange-yellow. If you look carefully you will see a dinghy on the beach and a person walking nearby. This gives some sense of scale to the size of the sand dune. So keep up the good work all you caring pharmacists. One day you too might retire and buy a boat and visit this glorious spot yourselves. Picture taken 30/10/2005 on Olympus digital C750. (Great camera).

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Pharmacy deliveries :: David Haworth : 27/01/2012 :

Another zappy pharmacy delivery skateboard.

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Would you Like a Corona or Bud Light with your prescription sir? :: Peter Ryan : 20/01/2012 :

I have just returned from the US and managed to not even notice the earthquake in New York.

When we arrived in New York for the first time  (late July) it was very hot and sticky (ie good beer drinking weather).

I was a little surprised to see that in order to get to the dispensary section in this pharmacy (a well known chain trading 24/7 in many places), you had to go past the cold beer.

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1960's prescription form :: Murray Felstead : 11/01/2012 :

Today I was presented with this script. Note the phone number on the script "Edenhope 6".

The doctor thinks he's had these forms since the 1960s.

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Santa visits Colyton Centre pharmacy :: Veronica Nou : 06/01/2012 :

Here's a photo from our Christmas celebrations.

One of our regular customers is a professional Santa Claus and he took time out to help us out at the pharmacy on the 22nd December. It was only meant to be a little thing for a few hours, but the community response just blew us away. There were excited kiddies EVERYWHERE.

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Four little girls :: Tony Lee : 30/12/2011 :

During the holiday season we'll be featuring some of our best Photos of the week from previous years. This one first ran in March 2006.

My colleague and I, both semi-retired pharmacists, travel each year to the north of Pakistan, particularly the North West Frontier Provinces and the Northern Areas (Pakistan Kashmir). We do what we can to assist these magnificent tribal people, particularly the kids.

In this part of the world 2 out of every 5 do not make age 5, and until you see kids die with dehydration, TB, tetanus (malaria on the plains) and chest infections, almost all preventable or curable here, you are out of touch with creation. Medicine is basic but very caring. Towards the end of 2005 the cold arrived in the high country and thousands are going to die because of destruction from the quake.

These 4 children lived close to the quake epicentre. Their general health and diet was excellent. The apprehension of the faces is fear of a camera. Sadly, it is likely that they are now dead as their school collapsed in the quake. Life can hurt. This photo was taken with a 10 year old Cannon EO5 SLR 500 and Fuji 400 ASA. Colleagues using digital in the mountains have endless trouble with batteries as there is only occasional acess to power and often no cig. lighter in jeep. Colours rarely match my old SLR, though often same subject. I do not bother carrying my digital there.

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Angry Birds :: Michael Khoo : 23/12/2011 :

'This summer we have been plagued with little birds - unknown species "Angry Birds" we call them - that poo all over the cars parked behind the pharmacy. A staff member suggested a plastic owl (apparently you can buy these) but the  doctor next door beat us to it and  tried atoy chicken as a scare crow. Not to be outdone, we put out our chicken pox chicken - but the medical centre seems to have escalated the idea ....'

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Pharmacist oversupply :: Mark Clavin : 09/12/2011 :

A novel solution to pharmacist oversupply!

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