The Bloggy Bit

Cape Hauy and the Antechinus

I haven't spent a lot of time down at the Tasman Peninsula. A few trips here and there to try and get an aurora at the Tessellated Pavement, a trip to Port Arthur with my daughters grade 5 class, and I think that pretty much sums ...
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TFGC #3 | Holy cheese balls

Saturday we had a little open mat in Launceston. However it was so much more than a little open mat. It was a freaking amazing open mat! With a whole bunch of equally freaking amazing women from all over Tasmania. I'm still a little bit mind ...
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Tasmanian Female Grappling Collective

Late last year Jess Fraser came down to Tassie to hold an Australian Girls in Gi (AGIG) open mat. As usual it was a fantastic day hanging out with chicks from other clubs and having a roll and a laugh and learning some new Jiu Jitsu ...
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Portrait shoot: Nat

A little while back I started shooting some portraits in my front room with some lights that were generously given to me by a mate. I just wanted to have a play, expand my photographic photographing a bit and see what I could do. I got hooked on ...
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Portrait shoot: Fox

I keep meeting all these cute little dogs that make me want one of my own! A week or so back we went for a wander up at Knocklofty with Fox and his human David. Such a rad little puppy. Fast as a ferret and a ...
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Portrait shoot: Zoe and Bec

I'm a bit slack in updating the latest portrait shoot. I am a terrible blogger at the best of times, so that's my excuse. I need a minature dachshaund... If I was to get a dog, I think it would totally be one of these. Zoe ...
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The Disappeared Tarn…

The Disappearing Tarn is a fickle little tarn that appears on the mountain (Mount Wellington) every so often. After really heavy rains or a big snow melt, the bouldery depression fills up with crystal clear blue waters, and lasts for as long as it lasts. Spoken ...
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Western wilderness wandering

Not a huge amount of wandering on our last trip up the west coast. There was a bit, as much as can be possible at times with small children and not so small children. This time we really had no plans at all, other than head ...
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