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Truth to power: one woman's pursuit for justice

“Tenacious” and “scheming” are not the first words that spring to mind as Murri Elder, Aunty Lesley Williams, chatters away, both arms enthusiastically gesticulating while her large brown eyes survey the crowd at the Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. 788 more words

Trilogie de Cherbourg

1. Phare de Gatteville

2. Hortensia de la Normandie

3. La mer

#Note: This article belongs to the Trilogy series. In each article of the series, three photos are used to illustrated a country or a city that I have visited, based on their quality and on the story that they tell. 73 more words


All At Sea

It’s 6 months since my ‘vacance en France’ and despite processing my photos quite quickly on returning home, until now I haven’t gotten around to putting together any blog posts about it. 119 more words


Titanic's Haitian Passenger

On April 10, 1912, the Titanic departed Southampton, England and made its first stop in Cherbourg, France at 6:30 pm. Two tenders carried 281 passengers to the ship, representing 26 nationalities. 532 more words


Divus Julius presents... Bear's Den

Raised from the ashes of the much-appreciated band, Cherbourg comes Bear’s Den. After Cherbourg split-up, members Andrew Davie and Kevin Jones talked about starting a new band together. 110 more words


Cherbourg - A Photo Diary

While writing my previous post I noticed that I had more  photos than writings to share of my experience in Cherbourg. So here, for your enjoyment find some of the best. 15 more words


6 March - Cherbourg

I have made it to the continent and Mother of Christ am I tired. I met a nice man on the ferry who was kind enough to help me out and point me in the right direction. 189 more words