Inside of old whaling boat from early days of whaling in Eden
Here are some of the photos I took on a recent bus trip to the Sapphire Coast in New South Wales with some Probus friends. We stayed in beautiful Eden and visited Tilba Tilba, Mallacoota, Merimbula, Narooma, Bega Cheese Factory and ate and drank far too much. The area we visited on the South Coast of New South Wales (known as the Sapphire Coast) is really beautiful, and on a day trip on the water at Eden we saw a dolphins, a seal and a fairy penguin. We also visited a winery in Central Tilba. These photos are from Central Tilba, a lovely little heritage listed historic village with a small, (approximately 100) and very artistic population. Hope you enjoy these memories.
There exist a Society Online that remains undiscovered, yet are doing things that may contribute to a more civil, peaceful society, through beauty, art, activism or sure presence of self. Season V sets off on a journey of knowledge & discover to make contact with other neighborhoods like ours. .
“It takes a village to raise a child.” – Igbo and Yoruba (Nigeria) Proverb
As we approach Opening Day of The Neighborhood’s 5th Season, the only limitations, even the most original and imaginative collaborative of artists cannot conquer, is its value in the minds of its supporters, fans, friends, family and the performers, that have benefited from its stage.
(name, city & The Neighborhood show/post)
Shrestha Bibash, Kathmandu Nepal, Mark Safe: Eyes on Nepal & Young Black Men
Marla Davis, Denver Colorado, The Lives We Live, A Star is Born
John Akers, Los Angeles California, A Star is Born
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Here are some photos of a grevillea called Coconut Ice, which has just started flowering for the first time. It has about 22 flowers in various stages on it at present. I have 2 grevilleas in the driveway, and the other has flowered on numerous occasions, so I was beginning to think this one which was purchased a couple of weeks earlier than the other was a dud. The white agapanthus are over the fence in my neighbour’s year.