Here’s to the weekend! A throwback to when our sunrise skies were fiery 💕
I am just heading down to @sydney_made to set up my stall for the day. Swing by and say hi if you are in the area! Lot’s of incredible handmade items from Sydney makers on sale today.
I love 💗 FB memories .. this photo was taken about 16 years ago, on my first ever fishing trip 🎣 ! Needless to say I was hooked ( pardon the pun ) from this point forward .. well until I went fishing a second time and didn’t catch a thing 😳🤣 #notafisherman#18pounder#outbacknsw#darlingriver
What a night with the @Melbournegirlsoutside gang!
Thanks so to all of you and the good crew at @seakayakaustralia for making my first co-hosting event with @elle_lana such a huge success. @melbgirlsoutside
Did we go to Mars 🤔 Nope that's just the opals fields in outback South Australia 😱 Crazy hey! 〰 So I'll be taking a short break from posting photos of my recent travels as I want to show you some bands I have been shooting for the last couple of weeks!! And then I'll be back to posting travel pics... Stay tuned! ✌🏻️
Almost there guys! With 1,332 stairs to the summit on the original BridgeClimb experience, there is plenty of time for you to plan your ultimate celebration pose ;) #bridgeclimb#ilovesydney#seeaustralia
arbor temporis momentum opens today!
25 November 2017 - 18 February 2018
Louiseann King is the Bendigo Art Gallery 2017 Going Solo artist; an initiative providing contemporary artists living and working in central Victoria the opportunity to produce a significant new body of work for solo exhibition.
For King, the natural world provides rich symbolism for self-reflection as well as a medium to probe broader cultural and social structures and histories. Her immersive installation arbor temporis momentum is an imagined landscape comprised of objects foraged and formed; in some cases completely transformed through a casting process. Paying homage to the fragility and beauty of nature, these tangible elements, many gathered from the bushland near King’s home and studio, are woven into the work in poetic layers, which touch upon family and the lived experience of women in Australia, particularly in connection to the land and domestic enterprise.
Is this what many of the folks in America looked like yesterday after their turkey feasts?
These curly koalas live off a diet of eucalyptus leaves. The leaves are fibrous with little nutritional value so the koalas have adapted to conserve energy by sleeping 20 hours per day. That’s the life!!
Happy Thanksgiving. Hope your feasts were as good as these guys’ feasts!!
Home is where the anchor drops⚓️
Sail away with @explore.whitsundays and experience the ultimate Aussie island life☀️
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