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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Saturday 29 March 2008 (Day View)
29.03.2008 – Saturday 29 March – Earth Hour
- • Maz, Bronwen and I rushed—via Bronwen’s parent’s place to get her camera—to Brisbane Square to meet up with some photographers to photograph Earth Hour. Or more accurately, I dropped Maz and Bronwen at Brisbane Square, drove most of the way to Kangaroo Point before I could find a park, walked hurriedly through South Bank nearly all the way back to Brisbane square, only to meet them on their way to South Bank. We took a few photos, all the branded skyscrapers turned off their lights, and the bridge lights, but nothing else—so it was the expected anti-climax.