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The frustration of not realising a vision

Being able to draw is great. No doubt about it. It’s not a fluke, it’s a skill, though. A skill I spend and have spent a considerable amount of time on. 733 more words

| Rick Eckersley | Garden and Landscape Architecture |

Eckersley Garden Architecture offers a revitalised approach to creating a landscape. Merging experience and creativity, their goal is crafting a unique garden that invites the visitor to enjoy outdoor space. 188 more words

Architecture

Storm,charcoal,unreal

Working outdoors and trying to be abstract is a great adventure. No conscious thought was put into realistic forms, the storm is on the horizon and intuitive marks and gestures began….I thought they were unrelated to what was around me. But, no.

Australia

the joy of summer

This is my dog, enjoying the river sand after racing around like a madman, churning up the sand, sprinting through the river, and running in circles around me. 106 more words

Our Life

D.H. Lawrance & "a touch of Australian Darkness"

For the longest time I’ve been meaning to read D.H.Lawrence’s 1923 novel Kangaroo which is set in Sydney, NSW. I finally got around to starting. I’ve always been a bit of a fan of Lawrence’s poetry and I’m enjoying this. 1,661 more words

Australian Flora And Fauna