The 2015 harvest is in swing on farms right across Australia, and these are the photos my brother Tim has taken while out amongst the crops in North East Victoria, Australia. This page will be updated as he sends photos through. Friday evening, 4 December Sunday evening, 30 November Sunday evening, 29 November Continue reading “Harvest15”
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.
‘We could be about to see what happens to a town when it loses its identity. Shepparton is SPC Ardmona’ – Warwick Long, ABC Rural journalist, 30 January 2014 via Twitter. I am a graduate of Dookie Primary School No. 1527, where there was a grand total of five students in my grade. All up,Continue reading “SPC Ardmona isn’t just a factory”
The Dookie Memorial Hall has been around since 1897 and the site for many an old-projector-style cinema night, 21st birthday party, old time dance, and badminton practice. Not to mention the many stars that have been born at the Dookie Primary School Christmas concert. Today, the Hall ‘re-launched’ with more of an arts bent —Continue reading “New look for an old hall”
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”