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Aussie Life

When is a wedding not a wedding?

When there is an outbreak of Covid-19 and the South Australian State Premier enforces a six-day ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown, that’s when. I kid you not! You’d think that you were in some kind of cheesy Netflix series, but I honestly could not make this shit up. The details: We woke on Monday morning to the news […]

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‘I Do’ Take Two!

Not wanting to tempt fate, I’ve kept schtum over the last few months, but with just one week to go, I can now confidently announce that we finally have a family wedding on our hands. “Lucky you!” I can hear the collective misery of thousands of people around the world. Yes, we are lucky, Covid-19 […]

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Photography Weekly Photo Challenge

Symmetry in Photographs

This week, the Lens-Artists photo challenge #116, concentrates on the various forms of symmetry to be found in photography; verticle, horizontal and radial. I’ve not spent much time experimenting with this so it’s certainly something I will explore next time I’m out and about with my camera. Much to my surprise I already have taken […]

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Aussie Life Family

His Name

Yesterday was the 35th anniversary of the day my brother lost his fight with leukaemia; a day I have difficulty in remembering every year. My natural coping mechanism was to erase the date from my memory. I always know it’s August but can’t remember exactly when. But yesterday my parents sent me photographs and a […]

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Aussie Life

Antipodean Anniversary

Happy anniversary to us!  This week marked the 15th anniversary of when we first arrived in Australia and I have to pinch myself when I look back and see how far we’ve come.   The 10th of August 2005; we arrived in Sydney having taken a two-week journey travelling via New York, LA, and New Zealand. I was well and truly […]

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Aussie Life

An Evening Primrose

I had forgotten to pick up my repeat prescription for the HRT/MHT that is keeping me ‘level’, so had to make an unexpected dash to a late-night chemist. It wasn’t exactly late but dinner had been and gone, and being a Queenslander it wasn’t far off bedtime – we are early risers. I drove to […]

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Photography Weekly Photo Challenge

A Photo a Week Challenge: Tower

A flashback to the time when travel was a wonderous adventure for this challenge. The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur. Chief and I have been here a couple of times and these particular snaps were captured in May 2014.

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Aussie Life Family

A Very Special Anniversary

Excatly one hundred years ago today, on the 31st day of July 1920, my great, great Aunt Edith Emily Pockett married the love of her life Tom Oliver Money at St Clements in Fulham. They would have stood at the alter, and solemnly declared their vows, before Tom would have placed a wedding ring on […]

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Aussie Life Photography

Square July Day 26

Viewing the Sydney Opera House from a different perspective Life Of B, Square in July Photo Challenge

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Photography

Square July

If you live in Australia you would know alll about Dry July; it’s when participants commit to abstaining from booze for the whole month of July, while at the same time raising money for various charities. But have you heard of Square July? Becky over at The Life of B sets a photo challenge every […]