It’s a bloody stinker out there today, at least by South England terms. Coming straight from one of the driest climes in Europe, I’ve encountered a world in which everything seems to drip. Though the mercury has barely risen over 25 for the whole of Spring, I’ve definitely sweat more in my short time in […]
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Melbourne is now an old friend to me. We first met while I was in highschool. I’d taken a bus there with my group of screaming, flatulent Year 10s on a field trip that was designed to highlight the cultural side of Australia. Ever since then, Melbourne has been my New York, a city of […]
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“I’m going to see Buddha if it kills me! It should be right around here.” It’s a bit of a cliché to start off a sentence with “It’s a bit of a cliché…” but… It’s a bit of a cliché to call a hill “rolling”, but the bubbling green mounds around Sellick’s Beach’s Nan Hai […]
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The fisherman, silhouetted against a cool sun, cast out his line and caused a barely perceptible ripple in the middle of the wide, watery mirror that is Lake Como, Italy. Across from my vantage point – a rock wall above stranded and bobbing boats – I could see the slowly rising mountains and the tiny […]
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A lot of societies believe that capturing photos meant capturing the soul of people. If lots of people are taking photos of a single place, are we taking the soul out of it or preserving it? Read More