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Birrigai Time Trail

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Today we made the most of the Easter long weekend and went back to Tidbinbilla to explore the Birrigai Time Trail and the Tidbinbilla nature sanctuary. The Birrigai Time Trail is a a… Continue reading

Off to Birrigai Trail

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Lovely autumn day, looking forward to our walk. Looking back at Belconnen.

Archibald Prize 2013

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Originally posted on Mediakult:
I really love the portrait of Hugo Weaving titled ‘hugo’ by Del Kathyrn Barton, the winning entry of the $75000 Archibald Prize for portraiture for 2013. To be honest,…

Smoke in the mountains

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There is a fire burning in the mountains nearby, perhaps not far from where we were yesterday. I did see some smoke in the foothills nearby when we were near Birrigai yesterday, but thought… Continue reading

Gibraltar Falls

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Today we headed off late for a walk, with a plan to go to Birrigai Time Trail. This walk explores many remnants of Aboriginal and early European inhabitation by squatters (unuathorised occupiers) in… Continue reading

Coppin’s Crossing

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The gorgeous country road I used to love to drive through is officially ruined. The Woden side of the crossing now has several hills stripped to red dirt to make way for the… Continue reading

Reblog from Linda Carroli

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Originally posted on placeblog:
For my current research on Fieldworking, I am reading various works on walking. Several tabs are open on my browser as I flip between key texts to develop the…

Familiar landscapes

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At the moment we are heading back to Canberra after a long weekend hanging out at Coff’s Harbour.  The purpose of the trip was to check out the region to see if we… Continue reading

Message to the mountain : 3rd Nature, Puke Ariki

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I am still working though all of the photographs from our travels to South Australia and New Zealand, even though we have been back almost a month. Time is much more compressed now… Continue reading

Booroomba Rocks, Namadgi National Park

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Today we took advantage of the drier, cooler weather and headed down to the southern ACT for a walk, this time to Booroomba Rocks. This is a really enjoyable walk, a bit steep… Continue reading