walking on the sky
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walking on the sky
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As I have decided that I am not having cancer, I need to put some supports in place so that I am a success.
First thing I am doing is ‘Earthing’. See description below:
“Go barefoot outside for a half-hour and see what a difference it makes on your pain or stress level. Sit, stand, or walk on grass, sand, dirt, or concrete. These are all conductive surfaces from which your body can draw the Earth’s energy. Wood, asphalt, and vinyl won’t work. They are not conductive surfaces. Experience for yourself the healing energy of the Earth at work.”
Each morning I venture down to the sea … barefoot. It is a beautiful way to start the day.
Indeed it is! You are very inspirational to others!
This year’s exceptionally warm Autumn weather in Sydney and the whole of Australia doesn’t just mean we get to save on heating energy bills – we get to go to the beach mid-May and Winter officially starts 1 June! Hard to beat this one. The surf’s up, the sun’s up and I’m down, on the sand.
Fantastic shot, hard to believe you are near a city!
Looks like someone is pretty excited about this shark action…
Great shot, though we probably wouldn’t venture very far past that sign
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After our Anzac Day celebrations we hit the road and headed down to Airlie Beach for a couple of days. It was our first trip south and it was really fun. We stayed at a very family oriented caravan park and they had tons of activities going on and an awesome pool so we didn’t really even need to leave. But we did venture into town and out to the beach one afternoon and it was really nice. We didn’t swim in the ocean because there isn’t a net there and there’s actually only a small strip of sandy beach, but there is a huge swimming lagoon that the city has built right on the beach and we enjoyed that. Kind of ironic to build a swimming pool on the beach, but that’s NQ for you (North Queensland, that is).
lol ah, yes, those good old family memories, it’s a keeper!
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Clare’s, to be exact: imprinted on the sand of Home Beach, North Stradbroke Island.
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Nice shot, love the light shimmering!
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I thought you might be interested in seeing these photos that I took while on a recent Brismania adventure (the day of the statue for the children) with a friend. We had just been for a girl’s manicure/pedicure morning and as you can see chose completely different colours so that we thought we looked rather like a grapevine together!
The photos were taken near the statue in Roma Street, Brisbane.
The link to my website is http://brismania.com which as you may be aware, is an attempt to find something cool in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia, every day for a year.
Nice shots, looks like you guys were the coolest something in Brisbane that day!
Having lunch one day in Hyde Park when I saw “Toothy Dancer” getting up and dancing to a busker like nobody’s watching for a good 30 minutes or so. He was having an absolute blast and it didn’t matter whether or not there were people walking past poking fun at how he was dancing or that he was singing along to some of the tunes. He looked happier than everyone else around him. (edit: I’ve uploaded a video of him in action to YouTube – see it here)
Bit shitty about missing the focus of the girl jumping in the last photo but what can you do? I’ll try to be better prepared next time!
Great shots, look pretty darn good to us!
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It’s one I took for a Dance for Recovery project – using movement to explore feelings about the storm (cyclone yasi) before, after and during, it’s in the documentary (see vimeo link in the signature) actually come to think of it, took a lot of feet photographs as it was a project to respect the privacy of the ‘face’ for the most part as some people didn’t want their faces in the video but understood the importance of documenting the project.
Nice shot, great project!
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Money is not the root of all evil – procrastination is! I submitted Summerland to the Ampersand Project today.I thought I’d have finished ages ago, but I was kidding myself. I finished editing, rewrote anther chapter, edited the synopsis and emailed it this morning! Today is the deadline for submissions. At least I can relax now. I think it’s finished, I hope I don’t have any more brain waves and decide to rewrite it again. Now it’s time to open the door to book 2 and get started on that plus I have my honours to do. I start back next week and it looks like it is going to be full on.
Anyway here’s a photo from my graduation.
You look awesome, congratulations!
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