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The Road Taken: Desert Sunrise

Ayers Rock, Australia – don’t even think of dying before you see this place.

A while ago I had a serious case of the travel bug,  which I treated with a series of travelling expeditions across Australia. 140 more words


The Land Which Fell on its Side

One day
Geologically speaking
The land rose up
Then fell back to Earth
Landing on its side
Where it took a long
Very long… 103 more words


Eric Nyquist Cover Reveal: CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT by S.C. Flynn

This week’s reviews are still being written amid the Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phage conference, but in the meantime I have some other items to quick post, including the reveal of this excellent cover for a title that I’m looking forward to reading. 241 more words


SYDNEY: Manly to Shelly Beach

Winter went MIA yesterday and left us with a beautiful summery day by the ocean. Jay and I woke up early (Well, Jay woke up early. 257 more words


Be'lakor 'Vessels'

Any Melodeath fan worth their salt should be well aware of Australia’s best heavy export by 2016. In case any of my acolytes have been living under a rock for the last decade – insert withering glare here – these lads have made name by refusing to remain still in a fairly crowded and creatively stagnant part of our world. 307 more words



I often ascribe imaginary stories to my images. What sort of sea creature would have a foot like this?

Bancoora Beach, Vic. Australia

© Gary Light
Creative Commons: (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)


Moving down under [2016.04.27 to 2016.06.05]

So, its officially been…38 (thank you Excel) days since I’ve moved to Melbourne.

I’ve never lived anywhere for an extended period of time besides Calgary, Alberta in my adult life. 1,114 more words