TG #32

TG #32 :The Soldier’s Lens + The Pillars at World’s End
+ Melaleuca – An Alphabetical Miscellany + The Arrival of Hops

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Gallipoli: Through the Soldier’s Lens

“Amidst the monotony of trench life – the flies, heat, dust, stench and thirst of the summer stalemate – they found people and events worth photographing”

Public Domain Review

The Pillars at the Bottom of the World

Usually rocks and sea landscapes have been eroded to odd and mismatched shapes. What’s most striking about these bastions is how they protrude from the sea in almost perfect geometric shapes.

Stephanie Sykora

The Arrival of Hops and the Family of Water Willie

“And although Ebenezer was producing an intoxicant that (it could be said) created negative social effects throughout his native island, he was a godly man…”

Bert Spinks
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What’s Killing the Endangered Forty-spotted Pardalote?

Blood-sucking larvae? No more old trees? Fights with other species? Drought?

Amanda Edworthy

The Forgotten Whispers of an Ancient Forest

Blood-red waters, a giant flora god, unshakeable faith, and unswerving scepticism. A forest, a dream, a mystery…

Tristan Stuart

Mountaineering Tasmania – The Ducane Traverse

Notes from a mountaineer – Steep and often wind blasted and icy slopes, cliffs, occasional rock fall, slow travel across boulder fields.

Cam Walker

TG #30

TG #30: Tallest Flowering Tree Climb + The Aurora From Above + The Death of the Shearwaters + Ice Climbing

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