“The horizontal belongs to nature – the vertical may belong to men. All that is white in winter must be green in summer. All that gets wet with rain, all horizontal surfaces under the sky, belong to the realm of plant life.” Hundertwasser :: Your Window Right – Your Tree Duty, 1972

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The Debris Of Devotion

“The Debris Of Devotion” I found myself fascinated by the number of tiny shrines and their obvious usage around Phnom Penh. Not only is this public display of devotion prolific, it’s a constant reminder of the dedication of the Khmer people to...
3000 Of Years Of Tradition

3000 Of Years Of Tradition

On an early morning walk in Ang Ta Som, Cambodia I happened upon a woman harvesting rice. It was a striking scene, particularly when I begun to realise that this is a scene that has been happening this way for thousands of years. Timeless and priceless.
Frangapanis For The Fallen

Frangapanis For The Fallen

The morning after a much needed storm in Bangalow, a beautiful scene unfolded. It made me question again do we fall or rise when we die? Cemeteries provoke reflection and this morning’s scene was a wonderful colourful place to...