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PacificEdge | July 24, 2017

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Nomadics

Wanderings by road and track

Sydney — another smoky day

November 2, 2013 |

Bushfire, again, as the smoke blankets the city…Read More

Solomons journeys: Just a little wet underfoot

October 19, 2013 |

Negotiating the road to the Kastom Gaden Association’s office and farm can be an aquatic experience after rain…Read More

A domed home in the hills

August 31, 2013 |

AS it’s the first day of Spring 2013 I thought I might commemorate the passing of the cold months (which weren’t really all that cold at all) with a picture from my film photography days, a photo now some decades … Read More

Return — hut on a point

April 9, 2013 |

IT’S BEEN DECADES, I thought as the driver throttled back the engines to approach the jetty. Decades… and there was no jetty, no fast catamaran then… just an old wooden launch captained by a man in late middle age. Not … Read More

Journey through a defile

April 8, 2013 |

WHEN YOU next visit Launceston, put on your walking shoes, stretch your muscles and take the well-trodden walk from the edge of the city into First Basin. Irrespective of whether you take the low, easy track or the steeper, rougher … Read More

All that remains… ruins on a Tasmanian mountainside

April 8, 2013 |

ALL THAT REMAINS is a bit of stone work where the house once was. And a few pieces of iron rusted by the decades since the fires of ’67 devoured the building and the rest of the farm — one … Read More

Contentment… a moment by a lake

January 20, 2013 |

SOMETIMES, you see things that somehow symbolise an idea. They might be fleeting sightings yet it may be their brevity that makes them so poignant because there is no time for enquiry to dispel impression.

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Three huts on a trail

August 1, 2012 |

THE HUT WAS LARGER than I remembered. Longer too. And was that metal table there when last I came this way decades ago?

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