Imaginary fight between good and evil.
That would have to be Brooms Head, northern N.S.W.
Another great program I am loving 'When I get a minute' Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales (iview). I am using their suggestions as my reading recommendation resource - except I can't keep up the pace. Anyway another book suggestion is 'Do No Harm' by Henry Marsh (2014). I am finding it comforting in relation to mistakes I have made such as those displayed in my social fabric piece I posted a couple of days ago. Mistakes?? I don't blame myself entirely but do regret my own ignorance, inability or whatever other limitations prevented me from helping these people further. Relocating my house also has its benefits by finding things again. I found and read my Year 2 Story book (1983) my Mum handed back to me about a year ago. I was making mistakes back then, I'll keep making mistakes but hopefully make less or respond to them better. Keep learning, like Henry suggests, often the hard way.
I did a lot of cooking with my mother growing up and whenever there was a mistake, she often came up with a solution.
I remember feeling very privileged to be behind those post boxes and wondering about what was in each letter.
Brisbane visual artist