Monthly Archives: August 2019

The old Axminster

  I was in Auburn again last weekend, and for the first time in ages really looked at the carpet in dad’s bedroom. This is the only room that still has the original carpet that was put down in the … Continue reading

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Squiggly Jupiter

I love the night sky in Auburn. The darkness in the country, the lack of light pollution mean that the stars are so much more visible there than when I am home here in Adelaide. Brian Cox’s TV program about … Continue reading

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Making and doing illustrated

Now that I have my new computer I want to put a few photos up of some of the activities I participated in (in some form or another) a few weeks ago. The original post is hereĀ and here are some … Continue reading

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Spring is coming

It’s been a very wintry week here, with rainy, cold and windy weather, so a good time to remind ourselves that spring is coming (and also to be glad of the rain anyway). Here are some pictures taken over the … Continue reading

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New computer (boring post warning)!

Just to say that I am writing this post on a new computer. As indicated in the past couple of weeks, my old darling machine has been very ill and has now passed the point of no return. I have … Continue reading

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Night light

I often walk in the evening or at night, and this week have been struck by the beautiful shadows thrown by trees, buildings etc in the streetlights. The winter days are often overcast but those silent mini-suns make the nights … Continue reading

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