The first Australian-born western artist of note.
Because They’re So Outrageously Lovely: the Art and Activism of Deborah Wace
Featured photograph is by Conny Harris, with Elizabeth Perey. The first thing I saw was a scarf. Or rather, a photograph of one, delicate, exquisitely patterned, with a graceful drape that could only have been silk. It was lifting in a breeze, the corners held proudly and tenderly by a woman. Weirdly, she seemed... Continue Reading →
Mt Field IV: A Flawless Morning in 1934
The Hobart Walking Club carried 40 lb packs to Lake Fenton and went on to the Tarn Shelf.
Mt Field III: The Pathmakers
We are able to enjoy Mt Field NP because of the hard work of others.
Mt Field II: “A bold individuality of picturesqueness”
The first visitors to Mt Field National Park were much like us. Maybe they were tougher. And they used words ... differently.
Rumours, traces and secondhand reports ...
Ode to My Mad Friend
A heath plant that has lost the plot.
Mt Field I: At Our Back Door, and Worlds Away
A wide diversity of plant communities ... and an elusive bird.
Kayaking the Southern Edge Part III
Rounding two of the most dramatic capes in the Southern Ocean. Unfavourable conditions force a difficult decision.
Kayaking the Southern Edge Part II
Paddling in 3 metre swell with nowhere to land for 46 kms, and, along the way, some unexpected challenges.