Monthly Archives: February 2015

Lights in the night

As I write this, it is night time, and I can see the tv towers on top of Mount Lofty blinking red outside my window in the distance. It is quiet and still, a warm night. The lights have a … Continue reading

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Sunflowers

I am the world’s worst gardener – or at least a contender for the title – and as ever, didn’t manage to grow the sunflowers that I planted after being given a few seeds at a community event at the … Continue reading

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Bewick’s birds

I have been reading a book (the biography by Jenny Uglow) about this guy Thomas Bewick, who lived from 1753 – 1828 in northern England. He did an apprenticeship in engraving starting at age 14, and became over his lifetime … Continue reading

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Out to dinner with the Summertown CFS

  I have been struck lately by all the community events that take place wherever you look. Mostly these things go pretty much unnoticed unless you are part of the action – who knows what the 15th Camden Park Classic is (I saw … Continue reading

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