How do we formalise and expand upon the beautiful solidarity that we see during natural disasters?
Such true words from the folk of Guildford Lane.
I'm always interested in time tables. The possibility of having such a structured life with high levels of self discipline intrigue me. As I lack both. I also suspect that it would bore me senseless, but you've got to agree it woudl simplify everything.
I'm not a huge fan of Rudolf (except for biodynamic farming) but I liked this - especially with the sunlight on it.
I love that these old steps have been repaired over the years as nature is pushing its way through to reclaim the space.
Rubbish bin at light rail station with clear plastic bag - is it to shame people into putting the right things in the right bins?
Refreshing that this inner city Sydney alley is allowed to have a frangipani growing at odd angle into path.
Still in my favourite Melbourne alleyway. I just loved this plague. It maybe graduated from the CD case quotes?
My favourite Melbourne alleyway...
Getting fatigued with gallivanting around Melbourne in January with the left hand picture being the norm. Then we stumbled on an alleyway where the residents had plants growing all the way along.
We all have stange and interesting things that we like to eat...
Having spent three weeks of January gallivanting about Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne I was reminded of how my life in the country is so different from the city life.
As a rural food producer we are made scarily aware of waste miles, costs and disposal.
Canberra parliament house in smoke haze hard to see flag in Jan 2020.
If ever there was a year for a clear vision it's 2020! That's my dad joke actually heard told by the Beekeeper to our daughter.
Each week we head to the big town. And each week we rush out the door at the last minute without much sustenance for the trip.
Romy Surtees works with Glenn Pattinson at Elixir Honey, the rural Western Australian good honey business that helps to keep busy people healthy & energised.