Rain, cloudy skies and mists are not uncommon features of life in the Blue Mountains of NSW. Continue reading “A Sense of Place: Walking on Clouds”
We live in an area of South-East Queensland known as The Redlands, so named for its volcanic red soil. The large number of fruit and vegetable farms in the area gave it the name of “The Salad Bowl of the South-East”. Sadly many of those farms have been taken over by so-called progress as housing developments have infiltrated the once beautiful rural scene.
I guess we are losing what once could be considered an inherent value in land travel. The value of the journey is being devalued by the life-is-a-race philosophy. The journey is seen as an encumbrance between the start and finish. Continue reading “The Value of the Journey”