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Category Archives: Holidays

50 rockpools

shallow set in rock, salted, ochred, shelled and beaded, unfathomable

January 14, 2014 · 2 Comments

Beechworth camp

For the second year in a row we camped at Beechworth over the Easter long weekend. Freezing nights were offset by glorious autumnal foliage, surprising local fauna, the Easter festival … Continue reading

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