When you choose a path to walk you cannot know exactly where it will lead you. At best we can only see part-way to where the journey will take us and the obstacles we will encounter. Adjust to the path as you find it and let it lead you where you need to go. Let the journey become part of you.
Category: Landscape photography, nature photography, Photography, Weekend photo zen Tags: alpine heathland, bushwalking, change is the only constant, inspiration, journeys, landscape, landscape photography, Mount Field National Park, Mount Field West, path, photo zen, Photography, reminders, Tasmania, trails
I’m a long way from home these days, but I carry this amazing place with me, wherever I go.
Category: Landscape photography, nature photography, Photography, Weekend photo zen Tags: being a long way from home, being wild and free, expat life, homesickness, landscape photography, living abroad, mental-health, Mt Wellington, nature photography, North West Bay River, photo zen, Photography, special places, Tasmania, Wellington National Park, wild places
There’s no road map to the path I’m forging. No one’s footprints to follow, only my own uneven tread. Progress is more of a spiral than a straight line: a slide backwards reminding me of why I need to keep pushing forward, a stumble another lesson (re)learnt. What matters is to keep on walking.
Category: Adventures, Landscape photography, nature photography, Photography, Weekend photo zen Tags: beach, Calvert's Beach, challenges, change, dramatic light, forging a path, growth, landscape, life changing, philosophy, Photography, Tasmania
Chances are you heard about the severe bushfires that swept through Tasmania a couple of months ago. It was awful, a terrible combination of a hot dry summer and a day of searing temperatures and high winds. Perfect fire weather: all it needed was a spark… Up at Lake Repulse someone left a campfire unattended in the pine forest. Near Bicheno and out at Giblin River, lightning struck the blazes. In Forcett… Read More
Category: Community, Lifestyle, Politics & society, Popular culture, Rants & raves Tags: bushfire, community, consumerism, disaster, forest fires, people being amazing, social ills, social isolation, society, Tasmania, volunteering, wildfire
Tasmanians, the Forest Peace Deal Agreement is going through the Upper House, where the legislation will either pass, or crash and burn with a huge loss of public faith and return to community division and ongoing stalemate. The agreement isn’t perfect, I know, but it’s better than no agreement and it has involved compromise from both sides to reach. We can always build from here and work towards a better agreement once… Read More
Category: Community, Ethics, Extractive industries, Politics & society, Rants & raves Tags: activism, compromise, creating the future, environmental activism, environmental politics, forest peace talks, legislation, petition, sustainability, Tasmania, Tasmanian Forest Agreement, Tasmanian Government
Somewhere on the Tasmanian east coast Don’t just dream it, do it. Take that first step today and keep on the journey. Create your own footprints.
Category: Landscape photography, Photography, Weekend photo zen Tags: beach, begin, blue sky, change, Create your own footprints., dream, East Coast, getting started, landscape photography, making your dream a reality, motivation, new beginnings, taking first steps, Tasmania, the perfect beach, Weekend photo zen