A dog designing garden paths

That’s what my amazingly creative sister did. She’s using her garden as a 3-D canvas while taking a break from other creative pursuits. Meanwhile, Kaiser, her German Shepard provided a helping paw, showcasing his talent for path creation. Rob noticed that each day Kaiser had his little walking ritual. Being a Shepherd, bred for guarding,… Continue reading A dog designing garden paths

Sunset ahoy Airlie Beach

There’s nothing quite like the ocean colour in Tropical North Queensland. It must be a combination of the bright sunlight and the shallow waters that lie within the Great Barrier Reef. Even as the sun sinks, the water still has the vestiges of that intense turquoise. Many years ago when I lived in Melbourne, I… Continue reading Sunset ahoy Airlie Beach

Sun strikes in the Rainforest: Paluma Range National Park

By the side of the Andree Griffin Rainforest Walk at Paluma township, the sunlight caught this elegantly twisted buttress of a massive, strangler fig carcass bought to life by its velvet green coat of moss. The tropical rainforest of the Paluma Range feels lusher, and more encompassing than the subtropical littoral rainforest remnants close to… Continue reading Sun strikes in the Rainforest: Paluma Range National Park