What’s happening in our neck of the woods and in other necks not so woody

 

Cornelia Parker at the MCA, Jan 2020

Cold Dark Matter, A shame it wasn’t an old man’s shed.

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Anthology launch, Sydney

Home is the pilgrimage, arrival through the garden.

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The hare

For up close views I recommend Albrecht Dürer’s ‘young hare’ from 1502.

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Christmas Day

The rain on Christmas Day was a relief. The trees were crying.

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Birdwatching Urunga

‘The humming of Christmas beetles was once a sign of the season. Where have they gone?’

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The Great Koala National Park

Koala numbers plummeted by a third in the 20 years between 1990 and 2010. That is only three koala generations!

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Black Beach Minimalism, bushfires

Black Beach Minimalism, bushfires Images from Shelly Beach, Nambucca, 19 Nov, 19

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Beach Minimalism

Simplicity of shape does not necessarily equate with simplicity of experience. Robert Morris

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Bushfires continuing, Sunday Nov 9

The dawn chorus failed this morning.

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Bushfires in our region, photographs

New analysis confirms the relationship between climate drivers such as El Niño, climate change and the Australian bushfire season.

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