Monthly Archives: March 2014

Target Beach to Silica Cove

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Most of the Beecroft Peninsula is a defence force training area and naval gunnery range used during the week for live firing exercises. At the weekend the public is permitted to access the isolated beaches and…

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Wading

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“Even the sea cant stop me from writing something to read in my old age…”                                                                                    – Kerouac, Big Sur It takes forever to get anywhere. Dreaming and thinking have temporalities that hardly ever seem to…

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In limbo

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Where do all the dead birds go? It may seem like a peculiarly dark question, but just around the point from the oddly named Beaky Bay there is a small cove, littered with the disintegrating remains…

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Saturday afternoon

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Country corner – Honi, Zim, Ahri, Melody and Spirit It is always a treat to go for a walk with the horses. They enjoy ambling along quiet country lanes, through the bush and getting out of…

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Steamers Beach

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Saturday morning, first day of March, not the usual daily 5am start, slept in to 6am. Woke up after dreaming that I had been drinking coffee and it was keeping me awake. Prophetic? Pouring rain outside.…

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