I first visited Australia, almost on a whim, in 1995. Disaster! However, I did get to write it off by visiting the Australian Institute of Sport and submitting a piece and a sidebar to the Globe.

I came across a cache of old photos, including several of the combined national, Olympic, and Paralympic swim teams (who train together). But the only pictures of note were these two of guy wires (not “guide” wires) that secure angled stadium support members in place.

Even when I shot on film, living creatures were never of much interest. Seen one, seen ’em all.

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