Monthly Archives: June 2014

Trees

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Trees can be vertiginous reaching straight up to sky, although some have limbs that are twisted and seem to wave instead. There are trees that have bark which is thick and hard, whilst others have thin…

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Don’t move!

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Invariably, there is a film that has been sitting in the fridge for a while needing a camera to roll in. It could be treasured a bit longer, left in that dark trove and not moved,…

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Winter solstice

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Painfully, I have become occasionally obsessed with mapping the spatial relationship of places to astronomical phenomena. The ephemeris is the perfect device for me. It allows me to determine when, and where, to position myself within…

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In the late afternoon light

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
The Shoalhaven River descends from headwaters in high granite country, wending its way through the deep wilderness sandstone gorges it has cut, before leaving the escarpment to reach its floodplain and the sea. Not far from…

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Bherwerre

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
A few weeks ago Melody and I stayed overnight at the Bay of Plenty Lodges, at the tip of the Bherwerre Peninsula in Booderee National Park. From the nearby escarpment, rainfall drains via Tomerong and Wandandian…

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