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... you fall in love with it, but your connection with it is a personal thing. Something you love, may have a completely different impact on someone else. And there is too much to show and tell. However there was this one piece, that I sat watching for 45 minutes. It was simply too beautiful for words and amazing to think "How on earth did they do this", David Claerbout's "The Algiers' Sections of a Happy Moment" and it was a mass collection of over 50,000 photographs all ...
... I look just like them, that was pretty much their interpretation. I was asked tons of questions etc… it was all surreal and I enjoyed the experience.
I stayed with Michelle and her family in Bridgewater, a nice small community I felt but from what I am told, it was the scum of the area…but after surviving ten times worse communities from places such as Detroit and Chicago, this should be a piece of cake…And yes I was correct.
We went to Tasmania for a few days to check it out. We flew into Hobart and stayed there for the first three nights. We got into the city and decided to go get some dinner. But we soon realized Hobart is a lot quitter than Melbourne! 7pm on a Thursday evening and every restaurant in the city was closed! we wandered through the streets for almost an hour and practically everything was closed and the streets were ...
... and before us lay a valley full of vegetable farms and fruit orchards. When we arrived at Richmond we were getting a bit weary so we just stopped briefly at a stone church with a tower and then drove to the famous 1825 Richmond Bridge built by convicts during the early years. The car parking area was full so Margaret got out to take a photo while Mike went up the road to turn the car around.
From Richmond the road took us through Sorell and then we were ...
... Arthur every year and goes on walks for days at a time. At the time of talking to him, he had been in Port Arthur for 1 week and had not been anywhere as he doesn’t drive and without a car here you can barely get to the campsite entrance without covering 5 kilometers. Needless to say this man was a bit odd appeared everytime I went to the kitchen. I am sure he was harmless enough, but at midnight when I am in my PJ’s and I just want to put my hot water ...