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Reflection IV

Clouds shifting in the waters
harmonising to the flow of the winds
a silent melody travels
through time and space
searching for answers
in the universal heart that binds
the clouds of wisdom.

Poetry

Practicing waving

No, not THAT sort of waving. This sort!

Still working on getting the waves to look good. This one has some rocks too, and some splishy splashy bits. 114 more words

Stories of our wide brown land: Alex Miller, Inga Simpson and Tony Birch

In The Wide Brown Land panel of Byron Bay Writers’ Festival, Tony Birch, Inga Simpson and Alex Miller spoke of their return to places where they each spent formative years, and of the every day things at the heart of their stories. 507 more words

Byron Bay Writers' Festival

Twilight

I have just reworked this image for print and feel now that it is much stronger then my earlier, somewhat premature edit. This is from the world famous Bombo Quarry. 66 more words

Week One: East Gippsland

Week One from Val’s Point of View

Well, our first week has been and nearly gone … or maybe that should read “nearly blown away”, although we have not had nearly as much wind as they have at home! 1,271 more words

Australian Landscape

Mouth of the Snowy river II

In December I went up to the Snowy river national park and then followed it down to Orbost, where it drains into the sea. It’s pretty magnificent all the way along. 121 more words