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PacificEdge | December 9, 2019

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Nomadics

A pictorial tribute to our mountain hut heritage

August 24, 2018 |

A calendar triggers memories of mountain huts, summer and winter…Read More

Meeting Anne

March 25, 2018 |

Life on the road. It’s a romantic notion. It is also reality for a growing number of people. I got an insight into it when I stopped to talk with Anne…Read More

An end to predictable trail breakfasts

March 18, 2018 |

At last, we have something to break the predictabiity of breakfast on the trail…Read More

Across the Fish, a journey into memory

December 3, 2017 |

IN SPATE late that day The Fish River At the base of the escarpment Up which we ascended through forest Dripping with moisture From recent rains. Last I came this way There was only a slippery log Upon which to … Read More

In the scrub, by the bay — a rediscovery

March 15, 2015 |

IT WAS AT THE END of 2104, December, when I accidentally rediscovered the Tyler family graves.

My discovery of them was back in the 1970s when I was with a group bushwalking down that way. The only person I recall … Read More

From mountain to museum

December 29, 2014 | | One Comment

I made these photos at Launceston’s Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at Inveresk last week. They show some of the artefacts used by a Tasmanian Bushwalker of the 1960s and 1970s.Read More

How photography saved the wilderness

September 7, 2014 | | 2 Comments

The camera and the bush… they have more in common than you think…Read More

Shelter most basic

August 6, 2014 |

A SLEEPER CURLS UP SEEKING WARMTH in an overnight camp in the wet eucalypt forests of the Picton in south east Tasmania.

I don’t recall whether it was evening or early next morning that I made this photograph, probably on … Read More

The Organ Pipes Track — sunshine and ice

February 16, 2014 | | One Comment

A Tasmanian journey…

“WHAT’S THIS?”. Fiona holds out her hand as if to catch whatever it is that has started to fall from the sky… small, soft flakes that disappear as soon as they settle on the ground.

“It’s snow. … Read More

Forgotten islands

February 1, 2014 |

A Tasmanian journey…

LIKE THE AUTHOR, when I lived in Tasmania I too felt the allure of the Bass Strait islands. Unlike the author, changing circumstances prevented me doing anything about it. Now I get to look down on Flinders … Read More