Monthly Archives: July 2010

Hit the mute button

This weekend I went to Cataract Dam, and stayed for 3 days on a beautiful property surrounded by bush.  Many amazing and beautiful varieties of  birds, a few surprised  kangaroos and wombats, but mainly good air and long solitary walks.  … Continue reading

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Loving the shore

Had the chance to go to the beach the other day and just take my time, walking and enjoying all the sensorial treats.  I was particularly engaged by the foam racing in, forever repeating and leaving no trace of itself … Continue reading

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In the bush

Last week went for Stage 4 of our Great Northern Walk, from Crosslands to Cowan via Berowra Waters.  We went through Muogamarra Nature Reserve and my mind was blown by the beauty and colours.  Wildflowers of all types adorned the path, arrayed in … Continue reading

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Television sounds I like

Princess Diana’s funeral cart, travelling through the streets of London with just the quiet of a stunned crowd of mourners, throwing flowers occasionally. Tour de France, sometimes when there is no commentary, you just hear the whirring of helicopters, the wind … Continue reading

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Hear this

Kazunao Nagata & Dai Yamamoto Pt 1 – SuperDeluxe@Artspace, Sydney, 2/7/10 watch?v=Sz4MFJlT_LY&feature=relatedMountain Man \”Animal Tracks\” 2 different videos, both invoke glorious feeling.

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