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    Monday, 24 December 2018

    There’s this kiss that’s the purest of kisses. I’m not sure whether I can describe it or do justice to its nuance of power. It’s greater than any other kiss I’ve known, the epitome of all kisses: moreish without being delicious, deeper than lust and ...
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    Sunday, 18 November 2018

    Some things you just know, without understanding or reasoning. They just are. From that first breath we’re privileged with, the gasp that comes from the longest silence, you know there is something greater than any understanding can reveal. It’s a ...
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    Friday, 12 October 2018

    Twirling, swirling, spinning and furling … stretching for skies of deep sapphire that dazzle in a virtue only Mother Nature can perfect. Higher and higher they rise above glowing jetty lights reflecting off soothing, rippling waters , bigger and bri...
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    Saturday, 08 September 2018

    My kitchen window is the portal into another time and place. I’ve been looking through it and writing about what I see for years. Even when I don’t see any physical activity apart from the day that is – a gluttonous sky thundering over the Chinese El...
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    Friday, 25 May 2018

      It’s hard to imagine that almost 130 years ago, Melbourne in Australia was considered the smelliest city in the world when today, it’s voted the world’s most liveable city. The Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works was established in 1891 to ...

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