Chest 95; Mirage

Good read and great composition to compliment! 🙂 🙂

Xraypics

My blogging recently has taken a back seat to the influx of family staying with us – some might consider this a natural disaster, but we have enjoyed the additional textures in our lives.

This picture shows beef cattle from an area affected by drought in North Queensland where they scrape a living in the hot dry conditions. The photographs were taken on a scorching afternoon where the mirages sat just above the road and the dust devils wandered around chasing twigs and dry leaves. The dusty ground through which the cattle are walking has taken on a blue tinge through the blending process, against the gold, which looks just like those mirages.

Both cattle and humans are hosts for RSV the Respiratory Syncytial Virus, and infected under the same conditions. Cattle have been shown to be at higher risk at times of stress such as drought. This provides the…

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