"Photography has always been related to the quest of meaning," Alnis
Stakle, co-curator of the exhibition Territories, has stated.
(Latvia) automated tomato irrigation system, Christopher Bailey (U.S.) moisture-detecting garden watering system that also deters pests, Don Bertke (U.S.) storm detector; or a squirrel detector to keep them away from a bird feeder, Bill Crum (U.S.) backyard gate monitoring system, Colin Gerrish (Ireland) grass length monitoring device, Steve Hamilton (U.S.) garden monitoring system measuring humidity, temperature, precipitation, sunlight and wind, among other factors, Lukasz Krysiewicz (Poland) intelligent garden umbrella, Timothy Nott (U.S.) automated bird observation system, Matthias Stutz (Germany) rooftop weather station, Brian Sutherland (Canada) humidity-sensing sprinkler.
Liverpool Harriers also secured a flurry of 'A' string victories including Thomas Appleyard (400m, 49.41), Emma Alderson (400m 55.33), Sarah Howard (3k, 10:19.09), Michael Hartley (high jump, 1.95m), Gabrielle O'Neil (high jump, 1.58m), Chris Roose (pole vault, 3.80m), Alnis
Kulikovs (discus, 38.05m) and Caitlin Price (hammer, 47.08m).
In the field Alnis
Kulikovis performed excellently to win the discus (36.74m) before placing second in the shot put with a best throw of 11.01m.
'A' string victories for the men from David Devine (1,500m, 4:01.7), Andrew Desmond (400m Hurdles, 57.0), Michael Bomba (hammer throw, 64.43m and shot put, 10.99m) Alnis
Kulikovis (discus, 38.29) and Mike Hartley (high jump, 1.85m) put Liverpool in control of the fixture.
Also amongst the winners were Shaun Livett (hammer 'B', 43.97m), Alnis
Kulkovis (discus 'B', 37.50m), Sam Bannon (javelin 'B', 40.62m), Craig Jones (long jump 'A', 6,60m), Michael O'Malley (long jump 'B''B,' 5.46m), Steven Jones (high jump '''A,' 1.85m) and Chris Roose (pole vault '', ' 3.00m).
In the field, Harvey Darroch finished second in the long jump with his best leap of 5.40m with Don Darroch second in the men's discus behind Liverpool Harrier Alnis
Kulikovis (37.15m) as well as finishing third in the pole vault (3.0m) 'A' string.
The clear victor in the men's hammer was Liverpool Harriers' Michael Bomba who threw 68.11m with club-mate Alnis
Kulikovs also winning in similar convincing fashion in the men's discus with a personal best throw of 42.20m.