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Monthly Archives: March 2014

short walks on vanished beaches

added to Tasmania’s reputation as world¬†leader of unassuming boardwalks of perfection,¬†here is the boardwalk on the edge of a 42-year-old beach in a prehistoric hollow. the newest little beach in the world, a minor patch of sand in my shoes. you can read the marks scratched onto the timber planked timeline; national park revocation, the [...]

kayak #2

live blogging from the middle of a lake in the south west of Tasmania without my phone; without batteries or time or weather forecasts. sitting in a yellow canoe in the middle of the lake. there’s a wonky castellation of unclimbed pinnacles tracing the circular horizon like a hard craggy dinosaur shell, and I’m in [...]