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Glorious Cullen Bay

Late in the afternoon I became aware of a beautiful burnt orange glow adorning Darwin’s city skyline.

As the buildings slowly became silhouettes to the beauty of this splendour, I made my to view its source. 12 more words


Our own backyard... Darwin

One of our housemates recently escaped the last days of winter by heading up north to balmy Darwin. Darwin has a small country-town feel but is definitely growing as a metropolitan city.  214 more words


The real message of Genesis ...

My suspicions have always nagged: Does the creation-evolution brawl miss the point? Let’s chill.  Let’s listen to the message of Genesis 1-3, conveyed through an ancient form of literature with profound implications. 31 more words

Two Poems

Outcome of the Species

GEORDIE MILLER • September 1st 2014

The most exalted object we are capable of conceiving

charming computers

we sit for eternity, encoding… 189 more words

Issue 4

Darwin dreaming

With a few days in Darwin, I decided first up to go for a walk along the Esplanade.

Wow, wow, wow!

So very tranquil; refreshing blues, greens and aqua hues inviting ones eyes to prop, stare and absorb the beauty. 13 more words


Monday Mischief... Just Another Elsie Sunset

We are lucky to have spectacular sunsets here in Darwin.  During the wet season the skies are heavy with dramatic monsoon clouds and in the dry season the smoke from bush fires creates the most beautiful hazy colours.  36 more words


Darwin's Battle with Anxiety

Charles Darwin was undoubtedly among the most significant thinkers humanity has ever produced. But he was also a man of peculiar mental habits, from his… 1,078 more words

Art And Humanities