Sunday, June 27, 2010

Sunday Stills: History

At MOTAT, Museum of Transport and Technology, you will find things that are really old. Once they even treated anyone 60 and above free entrance, That is respect for you.

At the Currumbim Sanctuary, on the Gold Coast of Australia. The aboriginals sing and dance their aged old traditional dance they had been dancing since the beginning of time. I copied it and taught the Shasha to my students.

This power substation was built in 1942.

These Chinese antiques are the real McCoy. My friend collects them in Singapore.

This row of shophouses in Malaysia was built in the 1930s.

This Cuppage place in Singapore was built in the 1920s.

Sunday Stills, the next challenge: History
Posted in Sunday Stills Challenge of the Week, the next challenge with tags Sunday Stills on June 20, 2010 by Ed

This should be fun, this can be anything over 60 years old, people, places or things, or even events replicatimg over 60 years old…Have fun..

p.s. if you are over 60 you are not history yet..:-)
Hi Ed,

I made my own history when I ran the quarter Marathon five years ago when I was fifty. LOL


flowerweaver said...

What interesting history from your part of the world! I would have liked to see the dance!

All that were pictured at the reunion were the ones left, many have already passed on. I'm glad I got invited to be part of their gathering. My neighbor has slowly been dismantling the old school, which is shameful because he is a professional builder.

khengsiong said...

MOTAT is in NZ? But the vegetation could cheat us into thinking that this is Malaysia, LOL...

SandyCarlson said...

Those antiques are really interesting. Looks like a wonderful place, Ann.

(The iris really was white!)

Inday said...

Very interesting artefacts you have collected and visited Ann. Much joy to know you even taught your students the Aborigine dance. Good on you!

Brenda said...

amazing antiques. I would have loved to have seen the dance.

CTG Ponies said...

Very cool! Love the pics.

Tammie Lee said...

ah, some wonderful and interesting treasures. did your students enjoy learning the dance?

Cheryl said...

I so enjoyed this post! Very interesting photos, I would love to visit this place. And good for you in making "history"!

AJEYA RAO said...

:-) Thanks for stopping by. NIce blog and no i dont know Dr Rao, i wish i knew thought to have visited him at your country. :-)

s said...

Love watching Antiques Roadshow. My favorites are probably the musical instruments, Example: an old Fender Strat or an antique violin.