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Just like that this little space has once again changed. No fanfare no, no jazz hands and no jumping about with pointing fingers. It just kind of happened. Slipping into the realm of when the time feels right to, well …
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Seismic testing has been given the go ahead along Newcastle’s coastline. It involves sending repetitive sonic blasts into the ocean floor to identify natural gas deposits, which in turn has the potential to effect everything pretty much everything through the …
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A week slipped by, well maybe two, but where did it go they all whispered? It went here, she called back. It went here! Not hiding the excitement that had snuck into her voice when she said so. Two weeks …
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The next few weeks are filled with preparations, lists slowly being whittled down, installing, and rather a lot of strong coffee, (ahhh yes, coffee.) And after all that coffee is drunk? The Sunrise Swimmers exhibition officially launches. My book also …
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In the lead up to my exhibition and book launch in a few weeks, I thought I would do another post with a salty sea theme. This one is a little different from the usual post I do here in …
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It’s quiet down here, Thoughts are dulled, Breath is slowed, Time moves simply at a different pace.   Sumerge: to put or sink below the surface of water or any other enveloping medium. **************** If you are keen on finding …
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Late afternoon sunflowers that grow a little weary in the heat. Coriander goes to seed, and the lettuce? Oh it bolted long ago. Along with the rhubarb who gave up the ghost, and the rainbow chard that’s now a tower …
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Nearly two years ago I loosely started a project as a way of reconnecting to a city I hadn’t called home for a really long time. All I knew is, it would involve a camera and the ocean. As time …
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When you neglect your garden for a month over an incredibly dry period, the outcome is fairly predictable. Even so, it can still be a bit of a surprise at just how bad on a big scale it can all …
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It’s time for a seasonal siesta. But before I draw the curtains and pop open the prosecco. I just wanted to thank you  lovely readers, for coming along for the ride. Whether you are a long term reader or just …
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