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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

University Notice Board
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During a walk around the Waikato University in Hamilton I came across this noticeboard used by the students. I decided that it would make and interesting photo because of the detail of the notices on the board.
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See that someone wants a flatmate? Another is advertising Islam, and another Christianity.
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Also several for performances showing there, and a variety of other notes for various things.
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I find notice boards interesting and they demonstrate the character of the community at the University.
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3 comments:

Mohamed Meabed said...

Communication between humans is responsible for the creation of growth
At the individual level and at the level of development of society as a whole
When the work of friends in the outside world
Thus, you establish friendships in your procedure
Within your mind, which always makes you alert of thought, conscience
We are not closed systems with the same
But we are created to be affected are those around us influence us by encouraging us
Lecture, as well as us, and we also
If people love inevitably feel comfortable and spontaneous when you are with them
How beautiful communication
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Pete said...

Good pic Dave! I like all the colours :)

Cheers
Pete
www.hamilton-nz.blogspot.com
www.gullnet.blogspot.com

Dave said...

Thanks Pete.
Mohamed, Thanks for visiting.

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