Monthly Archives: September 2013


I spent a few hours this week reviving a siphon flow from an upper level dam to the garden, the line runs five hundred metres through bush, among dead trees leaning on the living in slow gravitational embrace. In the … Continue reading

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Seeing Things

Since I can remember I’ve been aware of a background ‘noise’ that forms a context for everything. It’s not an actual noise, not like Tinnitus, not in the ear but in the mind, the workings of some machinery in the … Continue reading

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