Tag Archive: culture

365 Places: Sandgate

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 27: Sandgate, Queensland, Australia Upper Esplanade and bay views, Sandgate, ca. 1907Image Credit: pictureqld.slq.qld.gov.au/ If you happened to be standing at Woody Point on the Redcliffe Peninsula…

Profile: Garry Benson

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Garry Benson is a regular contributor on Geokult Travel and has posted about some of his wonderful travel experiences, plus offering some great advice on how to improve your photographic skills.   We… Continue reading

365 Places: Bellingen

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Day 29: Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia Today, we wandered over to Bellingen, a lovely village about 20 minutes south of Coff’s Harbour. It is known for being a beautiful location as well… Continue reading

365 Places: Souvenirs, Travel and Memory

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Day 26: Nostalgia is another country Today, I had an interesting enquiry via my @bytetime account on Twitter. Someone asked me if they could quote my Masters of Arts (by Research) Thesis –… Continue reading

Awesome Assisi

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Text: Garry Benson Images:  © Garry Benson In 2006, I spent a month touring around Italy with my friends Zoë and Susan. Our excuse was to attend the housewarming of my good mates John… Continue reading

Candi Dasa – East Coast of Bali

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Text: © Garry Benson 2014 Images: © Garry Benson 2014 Cooking fires mix with the dawn light in Candi Dasa, a coastal village on the east Bali coast. Most sources say a fishing… Continue reading

200 followers – thank you!!

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Thank you to everyone who visits our site and likes and follows our posts. We really appreciate your support – it inspires us to continue to write and publish our travel stories. Don’t… Continue reading

Mise en scène

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Text: Garry Benson Editor: Tracey Benson As someone who has worked in stage, film and television for many years the expression mise-en-scène is quite familiar. It has its origins in the theatre, and the French… Continue reading

Centre for Op Art: Vasarely Foundation

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Photos: Garry Benson (unless otherwise noted) Aix-en-Provence is the site of the Vasarely Foundation – it’s a huge gallery and research centre devoted to education and the arts, particularly optical illusion and the psychology of perception.… Continue reading

365 Places: Sanur’s Balinese Restaurant

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Day 19: Sanur’s Balinese Restaurant, Belconne, Canberra, Australia Today I am writing about another restaurant I love – Sanur’s. Since moving to the Belconnen region 7 years ago, this restaurant has been a… Continue reading