Tag Archive: culture

365 Places: Caloundra

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 2: Caloundra, Queensland, Australia Caloundra – author unknown My post today is about another place that has special childhood significance for me – Caloundra. Many summer holidays…

365 Places: Launch

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Over the past few years, I have watched with great interest friends and fellow artists who have created visual diaries from taking photographs of their everyday life and…

365 Places: Papunya

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Day 5: Papunya, Central Australia Today, I am again reflecting on a place I would like to go – Papanya, Central Australia. The image above is an aerial landscape of Papunya, created from… Continue reading

365 Places: Paris

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Day 4: Paris, France Today’s lovely place is none other than Paris, one of my favourite European cities. Rather than writing a story about this magical place, I will let the images speak… Continue reading

365 Places: Drammen

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Day 3: Drammen, Norway Today, my post is about a place I would love to go – Drammen in Norway. Drammen is about 40 kilometres from the capital of Norway, Oslo, and is… Continue reading

365 Places: Launch

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Over the past few years, I have watched with great interest friends and fellow artists who have created visual diaries from taking photographs of their everyday life and themselves. Many of these projects… Continue reading

Boudhanath, Kathmandu – A Photo Essay

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Around the Buddhist stupa of Boudhanath.

The Magic of Mudbrick

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Text: Garry Benson I built my own mudbrick house 20 years ago on 10 acres and as an artist have added mosaics, sculpture & murals. I’ve also delighted the Welcome Swallows & Paper Wasps… Continue reading

Aspects of the Anangu Lifestyle

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Text: Garry Benson Photos: ©2008 Garry Benson Dragon Design This article focuses on many aspects of the Anangu (the Aboriginal people of Central Australia) lifestyle. Tjala (Pitjantjatjara) or Honey Ants are ants which… Continue reading

Want to See Some Art Works?

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
A majority of my work in recent years has focused on social media, writing and education. However, I was trained as a visual artist and I…