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Ned & Banjo

This is Ned and Banjo, they are on the circuit. They like routine, a bit like their owners. They are friends of Toby, the 7 year old Short Haired Border Collie, who takes his adult minder for a walk every day. He does this to maintain his social routine and […]

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No Text Required

A few images need no explanation. This is one of them. Taken by a family member of her partner enjoying fish and chips on the New Zealand coast. Copyright Aileen Briggs 2021

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A Walk on the Cinque Terre

The Cinque Terre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a group of five towns perched on the dramatic coastline of Italy, just north of Pisa. The towns are easily recognizable, with their pastel buildings stacked on top of one another, overlooking the harbors below. Each town offers something a little […]

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An Italian Story

Italy is epitomised by its beach life, especially by the beach clubs, Lidos or Bagnos. The concept is fascinating especially to an Australian where the beaches are public spaces.  The reason why a day at the beach in Italy isn’t as straightforward as it should be stems from the fact […]

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A Large Canvas

Street art has always held a fascination for me, so where ever I travel I attempt to seek out the better examples, either in the cities or scattered across the region’s most remote rural locations. At times the art is well hidden in an alleyway or a narrow lane, other […]

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Richard Wilson’s 20:50

At Tasmania’s MONA or Museum of Old and New Art, a visitor will find items that will amaze and shock. British sculpture Richard Wilson installation 20:50 lives here, it is an amazing piece of work allowing a visitor to literally participate in the work. The British sculptor’s most famous design […]

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