Visual Sociology for December 2018

Visual sociology for December 2018! I bring you back some of the final sights from my secondent to the Central Coast. We delve into the political and health upheavals in South Africa from the past half-century.  We then mosey over to the zoo, on a super hot day, and see that elephants know how to throw a good water party!

‘We are breastfeeding friendly’

I loved this sticker at a cafe in The Entrace, Central Coast of New South wales! 2 December 2018.

Milk Bar

From cow to milk bar: whilst on secondment in the Central Coast, we drove past this milk bar everyday for five weeks. On this day, on our last week, we stopped for a sticky beak for some treats. 5 December 2018.

Felíz navidad, Sydney edition

It’s a wooderful life and Papá Noel babushkas. 12 December

David Goldblatt – Photographs 1948-2018

White South African photographer who documed Apartheid, the rise of democracy, the AIDS epidemic and life in rural areas. Must-see exhibition at the Museum of Arts. 13 December

Taronga Zoo

What if I told you that you can never take enough photos of gorillas eating and baby elephants playing in water? 17 December

Two wolves 29 December

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