Monthly Archives: November 2018

A Sunny Day at Rozelle Bay

This was taken shortly after my return from Melbourne. I can’t remember why I was at Rozelle Bay, although I suspect that I was returning from Balmain Post Office due to a parcel being delivered there. Anyway, this is a … Continue reading

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Vennart: To Cure a Blizzard Upon a Plastic Sea Review

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 —– A lengthy career as a musician Mike Vennart has had. Of course, it is … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 493: A Text

Feeling somewhat rejuvenated this morning. Back on the bike, cycling my way through the wind, through the air, along the paths of which I am allowed to cycle. I like the challenge, but sometimes I don’t accept the challenge if … Continue reading

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Bare Among the Leaves

This was taken a number of weeks ago whilst at Randwick Environment Park. I don’t know as to how many “Trees” are in this photo. However, I do know that I like the interweaving pattern of the branches among the … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 492: National Novel Writing Month Again

So I decided that it would be a good idea to do National Novel Writing Month again, and I’m fast realising that it was not actually a good idea. There are worse things that could have been done, but this … Continue reading

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Observing the Walking Figure

Another photo of Wei Wang’s Walking, as seen as part of Sculpture by the Sea. This was taken on my 2nd visit to the exhibition this year. A few people look at the sculpture and its form. To be honest, … Continue reading

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Great Coffee

So the other day I was walking to work when I decided that I would get myself a coffee. Despite a few necessary slips, I’ve recently quit coffee. On this particular day I was feeling tired enough to warrant having … Continue reading

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Aboriginal

Here’s a photo of the word ‘Aboriginal’, as seen as “Street Art“, as seen in Redfern. I imagine that there’s quite a lot that has gone into this, as well as a lot of meaning and intent. On a personal … Continue reading

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HELU and Instrumental (adj.): Live at AAC//107 01.11.2018 Review

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 —– HELU opened the gig. A three-piece, their set revolved around rising and falling music. … Continue reading

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Walking

A sculpture created by Wei Wang. I like the framing of this one. It was done out of necessity. On my first visit to this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, sculptures were still being placed. This was due to the … Continue reading

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