That was 2017, part 1

Way back at the beginning of January 2017 I was planning to be diligent about posting on my blog this year, envisioning at least one post a month. That idea fell by the wayside rather quickly. In my defence, we have had a bit of a crazy year, what with selling our house, moving, travelling... Continue Reading →

The heart of the Nullarbor

The Nullarbor is most definitely well-named, from the Latin words Nullus arbor, meaning No trees. The seemingly endless flat plain covers an area about the size of the State of Victoria. Once a shallow sea-bed, the Nullarbor is the world's largest karst landform. South of the Nullarbor is the Great Australian Bight, essentially a very... Continue Reading →

Denmark landscapes

One of our main reasons for visiting Denmark in January was to explore options for moving away from Perth some time in the future. Well, Denmark is very high on my list so far. Stunning scenery and a lovely variety - from beautiful inviting protected beaches... ...to the awesome power of the Southern Ocean. Wilson... Continue Reading →

Competition wins.

Photographically 2013 began on a high note, with two first places in the January competition at camera club. I was quite taken aback as the subject was landscapes and there are some much more experienced landscape photographers in the club. It did make the early mornings and crazily rushed evenings worth the effort. This image... Continue Reading →

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