strike of lightning

Through the haze of rain, a single strike of lightning pointing to the Sydney skyline. It’s like the setting of some dramatic detective novel. A lightning strike can occur on…

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contents of a silhouette

If you have ever visited Uluru in the center of Australia, you will recall that there are amazing & intricate natural patterns on the rock surfaces. Patterns that visitors are…

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and we breathe

“The future is your next breath.”– Alexis De Veaux Following a year where awareness of what it means to take a breath has grown exponentially, and a year in which…

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forging a path forward

I took this photo in 2005, and something about the trails, bored into the wood by whatever creature made them, reminded me of my own forging a path. My path…

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nothing to prove

One reason I like the big cats so much is that they seem to have so many moments when they just exist in their own power with nothing to prove.…

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words matter

“I’m a firm believer that language and how we use language determines how we act, and how we act then determines our lives and other people’s lives.”— Ntozake Shange Words…

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do you hear that?

“To be a smart person in Wiradjuri is to sit down & listen.”— Jonathan Jones In the Wiradjuri language, one of the many Aboriginal languages in Australia, the word “wudhadhuray”…

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