Monthly Archives: January 2014

Finding wilderness

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Hidden places close to nature, with long views and untouched wilderness areas are becoming harder to find. In the environs of the Morton and Jerawangala National Parks there are still a few such places. Rising from…

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Pour la science, or going bionic

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Nuclear radiation and public safety is a serious matter. I oppose the development of nuclear reactors in Australia, and, protested against French nuclear testing at Muraroa Atoll in the the South Pacific. Exploding nuclear weapons by…

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For every time there is a season

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Living on the east coast of Australia it is not easy to find a place on land where the sunset can be viewed in the west descending over the sea and mountains of the Great Dividing…

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Kodalith horse play

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
A good photography friend, Dave Schofield from the UK, sent me a recovery pack of a couple of rolls of film to cheer me up after I had several operations last year. Included in the parcel…

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May the lens be with you

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
There is something deeply troubling about the lens. The mind can bring to our observations of reality, feelings of doubt, and deeply troubling moments of existential angst, when our experience and circumstances, project themselves onto the…

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