“The isolation spins its mysterious cocoon, focusing the mind on one place, one time, one rhythm – the turning of the light. The island knows no other human voices, no other footprints. On the Offshore Lights you can live any story you want to tell yourself, and no one will say you’re wrong: not the…
…fading deep into autumn – this beauty is hanging on to that last bit colour before winter sets in.
“…is full of longing for the secret of the sea, and the heart of the great ocean sends a thrilling pulse through me.” ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow A beautiful shot I took of Cape Bridgewater back home.
…announces return to AFL… “Magpies legend Dane Swan announced on Sportsbet.com.au’s Facebook page that he is ready to “pull the boots back on again”. The tattooed Brownlow Medallist retired in August last year, after suffering a horrific leg injury in Round 1. But, fresh off his turn in the African Jungle with reality TV show…
…at Cape Bridgewater in Victoria’s southwest. Perfection.
…puts on a pretty display, as always.
…tells a story. This one is stunning! Beautiful reflection of Katherine Gorge in the early morning light
…from downunder. Entitled “Tiny Star Flowers”, this beautiful image of a blue tinsel lily” be found here. Photography by ron_n_beths pics. Some rights reserved
…catching the sunrise on a quick road trip back home.
God help us to change. To change ourselves and to change our world. To know the need for it. To deal with the pain of it. To feel the joy of it. To undertake the journey without understanding the destination. The art of gentle revolution. Amen. 4 of my favourite including the above Michael Leunig…
A blog series by Steward John Cowie from on board the Australian National Maritime Museum’s HMB Endeavour replica as it sails from Adelaide to Port Lincoln. See our Sail the Endeavour page to learn… Source: Endeavour: Adelaide to Port Lincoln, day 6
The often-photographed boatshed that stands on the northwestern shores of Lake Dove was built in 1940 by the first Ranger at Cradle Mountain, Lionell Connell. Source: Parks & Wildlife Service Tasmania Photography by Adam Campbell. Some rights reserved