Monthly Archives: April 2015

ANZAC Day reflections

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
The pre-dawn light was just starting to come through the lounge room window when I awoke. I had slept on the sofa at my father-in-laws house in Teagardens where we were visiting. I arose, and prepared…

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Sailing stones

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Last November seems long ago now, but I have finally developed colour photos of the sailing stones at Racetrack Playa, made just before sunset on our last day in Death Valley. It was an incredible experience…

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Coolangubra

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
On the last weekend of September 1989, I answered the call to protect the ancient forests of south east New South Wales from being logged into wood chip. Our protests over that weekend were along a…

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Rain is inevitable

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
There is an is inevitability about Easter, it is going to rain. No matter whether Easter comes early or late, it augurs autumn. In some years the full moon is barely visible, hidden by clouds and…

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With the dingoes and brumbies on Long Plain

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Out on Long Plain, not far from the headwaters of the Murrumbidgee River and beneath Cooleman Mountain, are the Blue Waterholes and Coolemine Homestead. Across the Snowy Mountains there are high plains, where cold air collects…

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