Monthly Archives: January 2015

A mighty sapling: sound and image

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
As we headed across the open country near Braidwood on Saturday afternoon we drove into a huge storm. Blacks clouds licked the horizon and lightning struck the ground. By the time we descended the escarpment into…

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Bingie Bingie Point

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Not far from Moruya on the south coast of New South Wales, Bingie Bingie Point juts like a finger into the Tasman Sea. It is a remarkable place that was inhabited by the Brinja-Yuin people before…

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Before the precipice

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The Kangaroo River begins on a narrow isthmus of the Illawarra escarpment before it plunges hundreds of feet over Carrington Falls into Kangaroo Valley. On an overcast Saturday on the coast, nothing seems more perfect than…

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Perchance, is art worth more than the truth?

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Yesterday afternoon, my partner Melody and I had a long and interesting discussion reflecting upon aesthetics, sexuality, art and the artist. Our conversation was in response to a post we had noticed elsewhere on the inter-webs…

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