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Postcards from Perth (Part 1)

I have been back in my home town this month spending time with family and catching up with friends. Winter in Perth is usually much like summer in England, sunny and not too cold, although this year it has been hotter in the UK and Perth has had one of its wettest winters in thirty years. 435 more words

Kent

New on 500px : What If by everlookphotography by everlookphotography

Remarkable Rocks
Kangaroo Island

What if time is not a line
Connecting moments , well defined
By that barely noticed baby’s smile,
To an awkward flirt taken for a mile, 141 more words

Another one from the studio

We often don’t think about the affect of visiting local natural areas of bushland has on our wellbeing. Just travelling a short distance from the city, even on the edge of it, affords an enjoyable experience of the… 54 more words

Brisbane

The Veronica chronicles: Brisbane to Tenterfield

Day One of the road trip, it must be said, was not the blue sky day we might have hoped for. This morning’s newspaper cartoon describes the mood best. 162 more words

Photography

A LONG DRIVE & A SHORT WALK - WAVE CAVE

This short walk (about 6.6 km return) involved a 2 hour drive to get there, east of Canberra, just beyond Nerriga  and in the northern Budawang Ranges, an area of fantastic wilderness. 428 more words

OUR FRAGILE EARTH

The Bush (Rural Australia)

So, we’ve established that only 18% of the Australian Continent is desert, which is within the wider outback area. But remember also that 53% of Australia is used for agriculture, and the majority of that is in rural Australia (the bush, or country). 786 more words

Australia