The idea of sculpture enhancing a landscape is not new. There is the famous annual ‘Sculpture by the Sea’ which starts in Sydney and travels around the coastline through different states. During this visit to Tassie, I met some lovely local Tasweigans, Tina and Peter, who took me on a nearby sculpture trail through the… Read More Sculpture in The Bush
Here in the Southern Hemisphere we are moving into the season of winter dark. So much of our lives and our worlds vaunt light as being superior to dark-after all my blog name is Lightraveller Kate-that it is good to be in a city which celebrates the beauty and richness of the dark season. I… Read More Celebration of Darkness
Winter has come early to Tasmania. The official start of the season is June 1st but last Thursday, temperatures plummeted, winds were wild and snow fell halfway down that magnificent mountain which embraces Hobart. Such a sudden climate change from the brilliant Autumn days of clear skies and bright, though weak sun, was the topic… Read More A Fire In Winter
I suppose you could say that my suitcase is my physical home on the journey. Yesterday, I said goodbye to a case which had accompanied me on over twenty different journeys both in Australia and overseas. I bought my sunny orange bag in Brisbane in 2013 and it has faithfully carried my possessions from Cairns… Read More A New Suitcase
The Curious Relationship Between Travel & Creativity by Anmol Arora | Tripoto.
For various reasons, and unlike most Aussies, I didn’t travel much when I was young. Now, travelling is my full time lifestyle, but I do it on terms and conditions which suit my current values. House sitting suits for many reasons-animal companionship, living In and not just passing through an area, space and time for… Read More Does Travel Improve with Age?