On Sunday 16 February 2014, a violent riot took place in Australia’s offshore-detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. During the violence, a young Iranian man, Reza Berati, was killed. A week later, on Sunday 23 February, candlelight vigils — ‘Light the Dark’ — were held around Australia. There were reportedly more than 700Continue reading “Gathering for Reza”
On Saturday 21 February, for the second year, White Night Melbourne took over the streets of the city from 7pm until 7am with lights, arts and people as far as the eye could see. Below are some of my photos, with a few more on Flickr.
The Fall 2013 edition of New York’s The High Line Park’s magazine is out now, and I am lucky to have a few copies arrive in the post. I am even luckier as on the bottom-left corner of page 20 is a photo I took of two ladies enjoying the summer sun. The High LineContinue reading “Page-20 girls”
Rosie and Ronnie Harker live on the outskirts of Dookie, in Victoria, and have one of the most impressive gardens you will ever see. This weekend just gone, they had an ‘open garden’ and here is a snippet of just the roses; with a vintage touch.
Having returned from New York last week, I’m having a few days in Dookie, in country Victoria, where I grew up. It is quiet, and with the wheat crops yet to turn golden just yet, it is very green and pretty. My jetlag also means that I am waking full of energy before 6am (whichContinue reading “Dookie waking”