Tag Archive: Events

Words for Water Talk at Waterwheel Symposium

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In March this year, I presented a talk about the ongoing project Words for Water as part of the Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium. Just this weekend some documentation of the presentations has been… Continue reading

365 Places: Rainbow Bay

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Day 32: Rainbow Bay, Queensland, Australia Today, we return to my home state of Queensland to talk about a place that has some family history. This story is a about Rainbow Bay and… Continue reading

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: 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

Check out our new section of the site: Destinations

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Good morning lovelies! To make it easier to find articles and photos of some of our favourite locations, we have created a new section of the site: Destinations. Under the tab, located on… Continue reading

365 Places: Turkish Delight

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Day 25: Turkish Delight, Canberra, Australia Today’s place I love is another local Canberra treasure – Turkish Delights. It is situated in Weedon Close in Belconnen and is a fantastic place for eating… 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

365 Places: Sawtell

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Day 22: Sawtell, New South Wales, Australia My post today is about a place we would love to live – Sawtell. This little hamlet is situated around 15 minutes south of Coff’s Harbour… Continue reading

365 Places: Karaloz Bay

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Day 20: Karaloz Bay, Mediterranean Sea, Antalya Province, Turkey Today, my post is about another place I adore – Turkey, or more specifically, the Turkish Mediterranean, which we discovered last year when we did a Blue… 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