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“One of mankind’s greatest flaws is not being clearly aware of what life means. It is such a brief and flimsy thing.”
(CÉSAR MANRIQUE 1978)
“Day 45 to 50: Following César Manrique Through Lanzarote”
As I go into 2019, I’ve been reminded of a sunrise that I once watched in Canberra.
“A Strange Dawn At Canberra’s National Gallery Of Australia”
Is it the connections that we make with others in this life that really shape the legacy we leave?
“Finding Inspiration In Casa Na Bolom, San Cristobal de las Casas”
“Give me your simplest fish”. I chirped nervously as I rolled onto the leather couch. In a narrow Cusco street I’d decided to get my first, and incidentally, my only tattoo.
“I Got A Silly Tattoo In Cusco, Peru”
In early autumn, Canberra’s political and cultural centre takes on a different hue. Even the deep reds and picturesque rustiness of the trees encircling Lake Burley Griffin can’t compete with the vivid glow of the annual Enlighten Festival.
“Photos Of Canberra’s Annual Enlighten Festival”
If Provence were splashed over an artist’s palette, huge dollops of ochre, greens and blues would run into each other, punctuated by bright dots of violet, yellow and deep, blood red.
“All The Wonderful Colours Of Provence, France”