Postcards

Travel, journeys and history: at home and abroad
The empty Alfred Park Pool, with graffiti on the tiles
Greeks’ Creek Last summer at Prince Alfred Municipal Public Pool
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Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost The light of our lives eclipsed by a digital cloud
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The sun rises over a scrubby hill, and shows a sign hanging off a fence. The sign reads: "Here lies 'Laurel' aka 'Wizzer'. Came to Mulberry Vale in 2000 and took himself here to dies in October 2017. The stirrer of the dog pack who outlived Hardy (his brother), Jessie, Kaber, Chad, Tanker, Sam, Oscar, and Millie. Finally calm."
My Night in the Bush of Dog Ghosts Going camping with man’s best friend
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A laneway in Newtown. The side of the closest building is painted the colours of the rainbow, with the words "Vote Yes" written on top.
A Heart-Shaped Sticker from King Street Returning home to Newtown
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U2 in California Dream beneath the desert sky
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Brick Memories Tracing the architecture of a life
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Stumbling Across Stones in Berlin Terror and Art: Unlikely Companions
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The Healer Travelling with an evangelical mission in Cambodia
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