Mountains

The image is of Dove Lake at Cradle Mountain in Tasmania. It’s located in the Central Highlands in Lake St Clair National Park. They say it’s the fifth highest mountain in Tasmania. It is one of my favourite places in the world. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #26: Mountains

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Broken

It was homework five years ago. Our boy had to find out how people celebrate Easter in different countries and then try an Easter activity from around the world. Apparently, an old French custom was rolling raw eggs down a slope to symbolise the stone being rolled away from the tomb. So we rolled raw […]

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The long bike ride

In country New South Wales, far away from Sydney’s city life, there is a 57-year-old man, Chris Berkhout, who rides his bicycle more than 200 km every year on the anniversary of his son’s suicide. He has done so for the past five years, travelling the long and bumpy road from Tamworth to Inverell. Rain, hail […]

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Colorful

“Atomic: full of love, full of wonder” by Nike Savvas, Australia I saw the installation for the first time at the Art Gallery of New South Wales earlier this year. Thousands of colourful balls were vibrating on a string. It was beautiful. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #24: Colorful

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Hot

I do enjoy a good sun flare. The image was taken at the pool one hot afternoon. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #23: Hot

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Tassie Nannas knit in protest

If you head out to Hobart’s Elizabeth Street Mall you may come across them — a group of strong-willed and passionate grandmothers knitting for a cause. For almost three years Tasmanian grandmothers, also known as Tassie Nannas, have been protesting against the Australian Government’s policy of offshore detention with their knitting needles. In 2013, the […]

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