Tag Archive: Tracey Benson

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

To Our Followers

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Thank you all for liking and following us. We are really excited to announce that we now have 100 lovely followers. Hope you continue to enjoy our posts 🙂

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: Caloundra

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Day 2: Caloundra, Queensland, Australia My post today is about another place that has special childhood significance for me – Caloundra. Many summer holidays were spent in the Caloundra village of Bulcock Beach… Continue reading

Create a Great Blog

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People often ask us for hints about how to create a blog which has a good following. Online engagement is a topic I write about on my personal site at http://www.traceybenson.com, but thought… Continue reading

365 Places: Redcliffe

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Day 1: Redcliffe, Queensland Australia This lovely hand coloured photograph was taken at Woody Point around 60 years before I was born. Woody Point is one of the hamlets on the Redcliffe Peninsula,… 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

Mapping a Sustainable Future – First Steps in Ganmain

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Originally posted on Geokult:
Aside from a mutual fascination with maps and geography, Marty and Tracey both have a passion for sustainable building and treading more lightly on the earth. Over the Easter…

Hasan Dag and Catal Huyuk

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Originally posted on Geokult:
Mount Hasan (Turkish: Hasan Dağı) is an inactive stratovolcano in Aksaray province, Turkey. With an altitude of 3,253 m (10,672 ft.), it ranks as the second highest mountain of central…

Tilley’s – a Canberra institution

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When we first arrived in Canberra in 2001, we lived in a tiny apartment in the infamous Brigalow Court in O’Connor. The rent was cheap, it was close to the school, the university… Continue reading