Thursday, November 10, 2011

FSO: A for author

A is for author, A is for Ann. This is how the producer of the Television New Zealand described me in this TV clip. I am passionate in championing for bereaved parents. I could be a step closer if you vote for me.

http://apps.facebook.com/yourlifecontest/content/diary-bereaved-mother
Vote for my story, you can vote once a day. Voting finishes on November 15th. Thanks.

There is a street in Brisbane Australia called Ann Street. I was naturally attracted to it. May be one day, they might name a street after me.

One of the greatest successes of the streetscape of World Expo 88 was the series of sculptures known as The Human Factor. Created by John Underwood's Artbusters organisation, The Drovers captures five of these figures in a typical Australian outback scene. They are located outside the Primary Industries Building at 80 Ann Street.







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14 comments:

Ginny said...

Interesting and unusual sculptures!

Ginny said...

Still voting!!!!!

SandyCarlson said...

I will vote!

Magia da Inês said...

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BONITO!!!
Beijinhos.
Brasil
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Scriptor Senex said...

What an unusual sculpture.

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

How fun....A street named after you! Congratulations on your Television interview. Your story and your dedication is Amazing.

EG Wow said...

I very much like the sculpture. Ah, a street with your name. How cool.

Kerry said...

Good for you Ann! You got my vote.

Pauline said...

Thanks for the photos from my home town. I used to work in Ann Street, diagonally opposite where those sculptures are today - they weren't there in my time.

Marja said...

You got my vote. I love the outback sculpture

Suzy said...

Oh lol that was fun. There is an Ann Street in Bluff if that helps.

Jama said...

Very unusual sculptures!

Diane AZ said...

Hi Ann, Nice street name and sculpture. Congrats on your book and TV interview. You've got my vote!

Cheryl said...

Voted! Love the street.