My days are for exploring.
In response, there will be posts about deliberate attempts to change my habits and thinking, plus photos, discussions on creativity and those stumble moments where it could all go either way.
The blog is designed around two main themes. The first relates to a particular and deliberate attempt at change. This year, it involves increasing the amount of physical activity in my life. The second is much broader and has at its heart my creative pursuits. I’m looking for those opportunities when happenstance and serendepity spill over from one area of life to benefit another.
The overall aim of this blog is to describe my approach to exploring … to explore what it means to explore … to note when it works and when it doesn’t, and demonstrate how being in charge of change often takes the sting out of its tail. That’s a tall order.
Exploring always has a starting point.
Try these to get you started:
:: I believe in exploring (Click here)
:: Road’s Edge photographic series (Click here)
:: Transitions (Click here)
:: Year Of … (Click here)
:: Collage (Click here)
This page’s header image was taken at the gold mill ruins at Adelong, NSW. This view of the remains of the overseer’s cottage involves the unusual event of looking in through a window and seeing blue sky. It reminds me that setting aside expectations creates space for new viewpoints, new ideas and new opportunities.