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No Rain!!!!!!

“A snake knows more about what is happening around than any other creature, because it has no ears to listen to gossip only direct perception. ”     37 more words

Blue Skies And Spring

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity.”

-John Muir… 86 more words

TOLWONG CHIMNEYS, BUNGONIA, NSW

TOLWONG CHIMNEYS, BUNGONIA

 Mike’s walk description read:

The Tolwong Chimneys and Mine workings are on the eastern bank of the Shoalhaven River in the Bungonia SRA (just south of the main SRA area).  781 more words

OUR FRAGILE EARTH

Orroral Valley weekend breather

At last the heat ended (in mid autumn, would you believe) and one Saturday morning  I felt an immediate urge to get away.   Not that I went that far from Canberra. 1,509 more words

OUR FRAGILE EARTH

Blue Mountains National Park, NSW – landscape painting

January 2018, a short trip from Sydney, so familiar it’s too easy to take this national park for granted. Sublime, distant stillness, with the ever present edge of danger, fires in summer. 333 more words

Landscape Painting

Wishing I Had a Better Camera, 2/3

Hey all!

So, for this post, I’m looking at three different aspects of photography that help to create a pleasing photo! I’ll cover the Rule of Thirds, Leading Lines, and Depth of Field in this post using photos from professional photographers and then my own replications. 805 more words

Graphic Design

Tanzania and the Art of Africa

Always captivated by the art of Africa, the impact the art had in particular on Picasso, a journey to Africa was always on my art appreciation expeditions list. 735 more words

Landscape Painting