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Javier Mortimer - day 82
Javier Mortimer - day 82
Date: 06th September 2014

The band Summersalt play at the Minnawarra festival.
Summersalt play at the Minnawarra festival
Date: 03rd April 2004

We spent 3 days down at Margaret River. These are some photos from the second day, where we visited Mammoth Cave, had lunch in the town centre and went to the Margaret River Rotary Park, before settling in for the night.
Margaret River Holiday - Day 2
Date: 04th August 2012

Greg turned 40 and had a party to celebrate - these are some of the pictures we took.Greg and I played in a band together many years ago, and we produced an album called Newspaper Heroes in 1991, here are some of those songs in MP3 form
Greg Pereira's 40th Birthday Party
Date: 19th July 2008

Family photos from 1987. Not sure who took all of these, but they were probably me.
Mortimer Family Photos 1987
Date: December 1987

Richard and Jai go to Scitech
Date: 05th October 2013

We flew out to see Paw Paw and Kong Kong in Malaysia. These are some of the pitures we took on the way over.
Flying to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Date: 26th March 2016

Some photos of Jai from during the week, including a visit to the State Library.
Jai at 65 weeks of age (1 year 13 weeks)
Date: 03rd September 2010

Richard and Jai got to Go Bananas for a day of fun
Go Bananas
Date: 04th May 2013

Javier - day 28
Javier Mortimer - day 28
Date: 15th July 2014

Some photos of Jai from during the week, including a visit to Kent St. Weir, the Old Mill, Perth and some of the local parks.
Jai at 2 years, 3 months
Date: 26th August 2011

Some Bees were buzzing around, so we took photos of them.
Bees and Flowers
Date: 02nd May 2006

Javier and Richard went to the Tractor museum and the Motor museum at Whiteman park to have a look around. These are some of the photos.
Motor museum
Date: 27th December 2017

Richard and Eunice tke some photos at Neil Hawkins Park in Joondalup, Western Australia.
Richard Mortimer and Eunice Foo at Neil Hawkins Park
Date: 10th May 2009

A trip to Burns Beach
A trip to Burns Beach
Date: 04th June 2017

Richard an Jai visit some parks
Date: 01st January 2013

Joondalup school held a sports day for all their students - we took these photos.
Joondalup school sports day
Date: 13th March 2015

Some photos of Jai from during the week, including playing at home.
Jai at 2 years, 24 weeks
Date: 18th November 2011

Richard and his son, Jai. Photographed by Eunice.
Father and Son - Richard and Jai Mortimer
Date: 02nd July 2009

Some photos of Javier from during the week
Javier Mortimer - week 73 (1 year, 21 weeks)
Date: 11th November 2015

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« 1 » Kharaj-pancham Sitar
6th October 2011

Rating: 5.5/10 (2 votes cast)

I purchased this Sitar from a music shop in Sydney, NSW, as they are hard to come by in Perth. This is an 18 string double gourd model, with 7 playable strings, and 11 sympathetic strings, making it a Kharaj-pancham sitar. The two bridges are made of deer horn, and the movable frets are a standard metal braced with string. The top (secondary) gourd is removable, and the hollow back provides a resonance for the player to hear the instrument - removing it via the screw makes the instrument project more towards the front, and would be ideal in an electrified situation. I bought a piezo pickup for this instrument, but it hasn't been fitted yet. The neck and facia is likely made from mahogany (tun wood), and it's decorated with bird inlays, as well as what appears to be the standard red, white and black markings around the instrument.
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« 2 » Richards new Sitar
8th February 2005

Rating: 8.7/10 (3 votes cast)

Finally managed to acquire a Sitar, after searching eBay for a lmost a year!!
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« 3 » Mini Sitar
4th March 2004

Rating: 8.5/10 (6 votes cast)

I bought this Mini-Sitar from eBay.
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