My beloved has finally downloaded all his photographs from our recent trip to Dropbox, meaning I can finally choose my favourites! I confess this was a difficult task and it took me a while to whittle down the chosen few. 1,257 more words
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Wandering down to the quarry yesterday, the jagged red cliffs and beautifully still water would echo the ebb and flow of the day ahead!
The light fragmented on the cold hard rock face, whilst cockatoo’s glided peacefully out of green woolly crevices, boasting loudly of their higher perspective and freedom from the earth. 58 more words
By Peter Barrett
When the traffic jams and pressures of city living finally became enough for Kew-based art dealer Jonathan Cecil and partner Monique Soames, they took out a map of Victoria and started dreaming. 1,216 more words
THE Mornington Peninsula has long been one of Victoria’s favourite holiday playgrounds.
And it’s no wonder the patch of land between Port Phillip and Western Port bays is so appealing with a feast of opportunities on offer for those looking to escape the big smoke for a few days or a couple of weeks. 1,220 more words