Monthly Archives: October 2018

Jacaranda mimosifolia

A beautiful, yet invasive plant species for Australia. Jacaranda mimosifolia‘s flowers bloom around this time of year, hence my ability to get the photo. At least, I think that it blooms around this time of year. Leanne Cole┬árecently has started … Continue reading

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Shifting Horizons

An artwork by the artist known as April Pine. This artwork is being exhibited as part of Sculpture by the Sea. I’ve seen April Pine’s artwork as part of the exhibition during one of the prior years. I wonder as … Continue reading

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Emma Ruth Rundle: On Dark Horses Rview

This Review can also be found on Culture Eater. Please check out the site and see what other people are contributing. Anyway, here’s the review —– Emma Ruth Rundle’s latest album goes by the name of On Dark Horses. The … Continue reading

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So, the Gig

I guess that I should write some sort of follow-up to the last bit of writing, but… well… that’s exactly what I’m going to do with this bit of writing, so strap yourselves in! It was a good time. I … Continue reading

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Locus of Time

A sculpture from Takeshi Tanabe. Featured as part of Sculpture by the Sea. I think that from this angle you get a good idea of the depth and pattern of the sculpture. There’s something about it that I find really … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 489: A Very Special Day

Today is a very special day. Okay, it’s not really a special day, but for me right now it is. Today is the day of the evening in which I shall be opening as a person who plays guitar poorly … Continue reading

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IPCC Climate Change Announcement and Report

So recently the IPCC made an announcement regarding climate change. Well, it was an announcement and a report. You can find the report here. I suggest reading over it if you can, or at the very least looking over the … Continue reading

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Ibis Bathes

A photo of an ibis immersing itself in liquid in order to commence what appears to be bathing behaviour. The form of the ibis in this photo looks a little weird. I think it’s due to the angle and the … Continue reading

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Land Place Site

A sculpture by Wendy Teakel on display as part of Sculpture by the Sea. I’m not sure of the meaning of the artwork, but I do like the way that it works with the landscape. I like the way that … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 488: A Train Goes by

The low rumbling of a train goes by. It is not so loud that it overtakes everything, but it is loud enough to be present; to be there, in presence, making itself known and reminding us of its existence as … Continue reading

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