Monthly Archives: November 2010

Garden Update & Observations

I spent a little time this evening wandering the garden hand watering. I find that watering with the watering can makes time for me to observe what is happening in the garden and to notice the daily changes. And at … Continue reading

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More Elements Work

Sunlight – I must make this remark right from the start. I have travelled the world and been as far north as the Artic Circle in summer and as far south as southern Victoria. Never, however have I experienced the … Continue reading

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Beyond My Backyard

We travelled to Perth last Thursday/Friday. Up through fields and fields of drying wheat, rye and canola. Through a canvas of parched land and 5 inch crops. The land looked dead and beat. Ironically there was a very light sprinkling … Continue reading

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Before & After : Permaculture Illustration

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Relationships in the System

This image shows some of the relationships existing in the house design at the moment. This is really just the surface of it and shows a limited number of elements but gives an example of their interconnectedness.

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Babies on the March

It feels like it could be a hot one for Melbourne Cup race day. I was in the garden early watering and noticed these tiny preying mantis. So new to the world and on the hunt for food already. I’m … Continue reading

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The Meatrix II 1/2

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