Tag Archive: Photo Essay

Australia Zoo

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Text: Garry Benson Images: © Garry Benson 2014 When I was little, for the first seven years of my life I was a skinny, sick little boy suffering from asthma. – At one… Continue reading

Turning Tables: A Photo Essay by Tracey O’Keeffe

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Here are some great images from the preview of Turning Tables at Bendigo Theatre Company by photographer Tracey O’Keeffe. You can also read my review of Sue Walker’s brilliant debut play.

365 Places: Shamrock Hotel

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Day 15: Shamrock Hotel, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia Today I am posting again about a place in Bendigo – the Shamrock Hotel, where we stayed when we visited. As mentioned in and earlier post… Continue reading

Help us make 200 followers: it’s still the w’end in some parts of the globe:

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Yesterday we hit 500 likes on our travel site www.geokult-travel.com . We are really excited to share that we almost have 200 followers. We would love to make this milestone this weekend,  so if you… Continue reading

Taranaki, New Zealand – A Photo Essay

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These photos are from a challenging day walk we did on this amazing mountain in January 2013.

Ama Dablam Trek, Nepal – A Photo Essay

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A totally awe-inspiring trek in the Everest region of Nepal in November 2008.

Kondoni Sculpture

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Text: ©2014 Garry Benson Images: ©2014 Garry Benson A beautiful Whale mosaic in Victor Harbor, South Australia. The Ngarrindjeri and Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal people and the local community all contributed to the project as… Continue reading

Samoa – A Photo Essay

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Here are a few photos from my visit to Samoa in 2004, enjoy.

365 Places: Algeria

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Day 7: Algeria, North Africa Today my post is about a place that I will probably never visit again, Algeria. From the small part I saw, it is a beautiful and captivating country with… Continue reading

The Magic of Ochre: Australia and France

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Text: Garry Benson Photos: Garry Benson unless otherwise attributed. Maslin’s Beach south of Adelaide is famous for two things – the nudist beach and the extensive ochre quarry. The southern end is where… Continue reading