Monthly Archives: July 2017

Immensity and smallness

I have spent a good deal of the last two weeks in Auburn. Dad has been unwell and I have been there with him. He has had a few days in hospital, and even after he got home again, has … Continue reading

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Noticing Yellow

I have taken lots of photos of these yellow flowers this week – they are called Aeonium arboreum apparently (or Pinwheel desert rose, or tree houseleek, or tree aeonium, or thickleaf aeonium or…(see Google for more!)), and they are out … Continue reading

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Girls can do anything!

Frances, as indicated by the above photograph, has been a community member and artist down south for years. ¬†She has been ill for some time also, and died just recently. In thinking about her, I want to acknowledge the power … Continue reading

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We are here. It is now.

I went to a terrific exhibition last week. Photographs taken by Mark Thomson of roadside signs in isolated spots. He has thought a lot about time and space and the big distances in Australia, and come up with some funny … Continue reading

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Singing and friendship

I have been catching up with friends recently, dear ones that I don’t see all the time, and have really been enjoying reconnecting. At a delicious lunch last weekend in the hills (thanks particularly to you Bet), Ed and Bet … Continue reading

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