A water-borne tiny plant, floating in a bottle, in the front window of a long-shuttered bar in Fitzroy. Its roots are getting unruly. Another small example of nature taking over from us during the Great Pause.
Coo-ee is a very small town near Burnie in the west of Tasmania, where it seems to rain every day. A great name for a town, but not my favourite; that belongs to nearby Penguin.
Coo-ee is small, but not so small that it lacked its own cordial company. Here is a bottle of Coo-ee raspberry.
October is the month the earth tilts into perfection. The northern hemisphere enjoys the mellow beauties of autumn, and in the southern hemisphere spring … well, spring springs.
A red vase late on a spring afternoon, as the shadows begin to creep.
I bought a packet of 20 envelopes at Itoya Ginza in around 1996. Little did I realise that with the advent of email, this would turn out to be a lifetime’s supply. Here is one of the (many) I still have.