Pebbles & A Path

Pebble PathSome people wake up on Saturday morning and make themselves a cup of coffee, read the newspaper, and just enjoying the weekend that was a long time coming. In our household, we (well, I, now that Megan is pregnant) find ways to try and move as much rock, soil, and other landscaping products as possible. This weekend was no exception.

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Staring me down

She won. It wasn’t even close.

It was feeding time at the Taronga Zoo, and the pride was very active – coming right up to the glass and staring us down. Could they see us? I’m not sure, but it sure as hell made me feel uncomfortable. Visit my photography website to see more photos from our trip to the zoo.

Full moon over Sydney

MoonriseThe moon was quite spectacular recently, rising slowly through the trees at Stonecutters Ridge.

A Cold morning

Frozen Tundra. Frost covers the golf course.

Frozen Tundra. Frost covers the golf course.

Western Sydney gets its fair share of cold morning, and regardless of whether you’re a cold weather fan or not, the accompanying frost makes for great views. We woke up this morning to what I believe was the coldest morning of the year thus far, and our coldest since moving in at Stonecutters Ridge.

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Dalai Lama’s 18 rules for living

Dalai LamaAt the start of the new millennium the Dalai Lama issued eighteen rules for living. Two of his major commitments in life are the promotion of basic human values or secular ethics in the interest of human happiness, and the fostering of inter-religious harmony. Through these commitments and teachings, I find there’s a lot we can learn.

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