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Thoughts after waking up in the forest.

  28.07.2017   Cedric   Travelogue   No comments

It’s been a while since I’ve felt the crisp winter air of the South-West pour itself across my fidgeting body and into my lungs that seem to be getting more

Cooloongup Lake

  4.07.2017   Melody   Travelogue   No comments

Here's a new place to us: Cooloongup Lake. We discovered it by looking on Google Maps for somewhere to explore. It's gorgeous! Not far from Rockingham, and quiet once you

Freshwater Park

  29.06.2017   Melody   Travelogue   No comments

Just near Ascot Race Course is this little gem of a walking spot. It is particularly special during sunset and dusk because of the way the water reflects the sky's

Visiting Mauritius

  22.06.2017   Cedric   Travelogue   No comments

Revisiting Mauritius. An account written by Cedric   Earlier this year, Melody and I got invited to visit Mauritius (my second time in a year). I thought that once again,

Baldwin’s Bluff

  20.06.2017   Melody   Travelogue   No comments

I (unusually) had a weekday afternoon free, so Cedric and I jumped at the chance to pay Serpentine National Park a visit. It's beautiful this time of the year -

Bells Rapids (twice)

  16.06.2017   Melody   Travelogue   No comments

We recently made two trips in two days to Bells Rapids in Perth's Swan Valley. We made the first trip in the afternoon of WA Day, and followed the back

Ellis Brook Wandering

  4.06.2017   Melody   Travelogue   No comments

Ellis Brook Valley is one of the loveliest places to wander around on the weekend. It is not at all a far distance either, and can be approached as a

Île aux Cerfs

Île aux Cerfs a reflection by Melody We step, barefoot from the ocean into a boat on the east coast. It takes us over beautifully coloured water and past serene

Afternoon at Point Peron

  3.06.2017   Melody   Travelogue   No comments

Cedric recently shot Ian and Alysha at Point Peron in the golden afternoon glow. Cedric and I never get sick of the rawness and wildness of this place: its salt, soft

Black River Gorges

Black River Gorges by Melody  I saw the view three times. The first: clouds were high, but growing heavier until a finger smudged one, sky to mountain; a semi-transparent veil.