Tag Archive: Walking

Leaf, contour, coastline and more from Plant(e)scape

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
Last night Simona Vermiere gave a talk about her research focused walking and plants, exploring some of her PhD work and talking about how she came…

Letters to a tree – Wanderlust

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
After waking up to an amazing sunrise, I set off early for the first of the Made of Walking workshops. This morning Stefan van Biesen and Annemie Mestdagh…

Plant(e)scape Made of Walking, Cyprus

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
Well – after an exceedingly long journey (even by Australian standards), I made it to Neo Chorio in Cyprus for Made of Walking. And now I…

Redcliffe, Queensland – A Photo Essay

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A stroll along the Redcliffe foreshore in December 2011 revealed some interesting artworks and stormy skies. For further information on Redcliffe see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Redcliffe. Resources: Redcliffe Foreshore Public Art… 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

Photowalking

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Text: Garry Benson Images: © Garry Benson 2014 We took a long 2hr walk this morning from Mooloolaba to Alexandra Headland to Maroochydore. Just before leaving the Rescue helicopter and the eagle looked… Continue reading

Really Cool Project: The Longest way

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As a keen walker I am always interested in stories about walking and the connections between travel and walking as a form of creativity. Today I came across a very interesting project  titled… Continue reading

Bushwalking near Canberra

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Canberra is surrounded by some very beautiful bushland and mountains, making bushwalking a popular weekend activity for locals and visitors alike. There are lots of walks you can do, particularly around Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve… Continue reading

QUOTE | The Walker’s Decalogue

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Originally posted on placeblog:
From the essay ‘Walking’ by Henry David Thoreau … The wise man is restful, never restless or impatient. He each moment abides there where he is, as some walkers…