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Prose, Life, Solitude

Moon

by Rara Nindita

Midori ward — The Moon, that taciturn, imperfect satellite. She wonders if it ever felt lonely, if it is tired of being on its own. The moon doesn’t answer but she knows something for sure: It is so strangely beautiful that she feels like she can gaze at it forever / She, that taciturn, imperfect earthling. She wonders if she is lonely, if she is tired of being on her own. She can’t even answer but she knows so...

silence, nature, Solo Travel

True Silence

by Daniel Steinbock

Khumjung — On the edge of Ngozumpa, the longest glacier in the Himalayas. It was here I heard true silence for the first time. No people, no machines in valley nor sky; only the eagles soundlessly soaring above....

Today's Sunrise

Mid-April Sunrises

by David Wade Chambers

Aireys inlet — Over the period of the last ten days, we’ve only had a few performances rained out. All photos taken from the front verandah with my Canon point and click. 6 April 2014 7 April 2014 11 April 20...

kangaroo, Australian wildlife

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner!

by David Wade Chambers

Aireys inlet — And mowing the “lawn” into the bargain. It’s now the next morning, and they’re still hanging around at our place.

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