What’s happening in our neck of the woods and in other necks not so woody
‘Plants are the world-makers we need to heed if we hope to grow liveable worlds. And our worlds will only be liveable worlds when people learn how to conspire with the plants.’ Natasha Myers
I want to collaborate with the natural without formal procedures, enjoy the randomness each walk generates, a freedom for the artist, from artists. This text, these photographs are mere pointers to a natural aesthetic.
The population of Eastern Curlews in Australia has declined by more than half, just in the last 25 years . . .
A sick turtle found on Middle Beach, Valla, on its way to the Dolphin Marine Conservation Park at Coffs.
This issue is so important, but even as we gathered, logging trucks were rolling past north, with eucalypts on board.
Koalas need our help after these catastrophic bushfires.
Koala numbers in northern NSW and Queensland were already in decline by over 40 per cent between since 1990 – just 30 years – mainly because of habitat loss.
Trick of the Light I watched a Striated Heron, normally a shy bird, catch a fish on the edge of the Nambucca River.
Cold Dark Matter, A shame it wasn’t an old man’s shed.
Home is the pilgrimage, arrival through the garden.