Monday, January 6, 2020

Fire-lit Sky Re-creates the Aboriginal Flag














Rose Fletcher took an amazing photo at Victor Harbour, a coastal town in South Australia, Australia as the sun rose on New Year's Day – when fires were seen near her home. 

The flames were arguably at their worst, Fletcher told Daily Mail Australia

“The rising sun was just a pale disc behind the layers of smoke over the Southern Ocean – and then, for just a few magic seconds, as it moved up through successively dense layers, it formed the Aboriginal flag”, she said. 

At least 24 people have died and dozens more are still missing so far this fire season. And more than 1,500 homes were razed to the ground. 

Authorities have predicted those numbers will rise.

In the FA Cup third round yesterday, Liverpool sent in a much-rotated side. Only one player, Joe Gomez – we lost James Milner when he picked up an injury in the opening minutes – remained from the side that beat Sheffield United three days earlier. 

Still, we overcame Everton 1-0. It was an 18-year-old Scouser, Curtis Jones who grabbed the Merseyside derby glory with a magnificent curling 25-yard drive that eluded the outstretched arms of Toffees keeper as it arced into the top corner after 71 minutes.















Bill Shankly once said there are two teams on Merseyside, Liverpool and Liverpool reserves. Our team on Sunday proved that.

Hooray, we're into the fourth round!

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