Delta – capturing a moment in time

Ballina from the plane window

Photography captures a moment in time This photo represents a moment in time. As I flew up the coast, on the way to visit my parents, the views from my window seat were amazing.  Who I am, what I'm doing, what I'm thinking and where I fit in the world are encapsulated in the action of taking …

Wordless Wednesday: 28 June 2017

Looking up through the trees

 Wordless Wednesday - winter not winter While staying with my mother, I attended her weekly exercise class in the park. I was lying on my back enjoying the balmy afternoon and up above was this gorgeous tree. It was a beautiful sight and so I snapped a pic.  I'm good at multitasking 😊 Wordless Wednesday....with some …

Share Your World – 27 June 2017

Mount Warning in Murwillumbah

Hello from a warmer climate! I'm visiting my mother up north at the moment, where they think it's a cold winter's day if the temperature drops to 15 degrees celcius, it's considered a hot winter's day at home if we break into double figures at this time of year! I even had to go and …

A Good news week – Musings on Monday 26 June 2017

Deb's World Logo

Welcome to my weekly Monday Musings   A week of good news: In case you missed the news, the required legislation to close the disused Rail Corridor between Tumbarumba and Rosewood finally passed through the NSW Parliament during the week.  This is fantastic news for those of us who have been patiently working behind the scenes …

How the transient nature of transport has turned

Disused railway corridor overgrown with trees near Tumbarumba wating to be turned into a rail trail for cyclists and walkers

The transient nature of life, and in particular, transport. Transient- This week's photo challenge asks us to share a photo about transient - whether it be drifters, nomads, or even the state of impermanence. I've targeted the state of impermanence with this week's photo. Disused railway corridor overgrown with trees You will see in this photo a …

Not so Wordless Wednesday: 21 June 2017

Penguin statue at Penguin Tasmania with seagull on his head

I know it's supposed to be Wordless Wednesday but I like to break the rules sometimes! Meet the real penguin of Penguin. There's a funny story about the seagull sitting on his head and I have to share it with you - we were told by a local that the seagull perched there all day and rarely …

Share Your World – 20 June 2017

A fun blog post answering questions to share your world

Hello! It's time for Share Your World again, a highlight of my week. The weeks seem to be coming around a bit too quickly lately! Do you find that too? I love the idea of getting to know a bit more about other bloggers and this is a great way of doing just that. Please …

A Wonder Woman week – Musings on Monday 19 June 2017

We are all Wonder Women

Welcome to my weekly Monday Musings   A wonderful week end with Wonder Woman: I haven't managed to write a Musings on Monday post for a few weeks as I've been away, but you can read all about our trip to Tasmania in my recent posts if you're so inclined.  I still have a few to …

Where is your focus – in front or behind?

Focus, travel photo, seascape

Where is your focus - in front of you or behind you? Focus- This week's photo challenge asks us to share a photo featuring focus.  It could be an in-focus or out-of-focus shot. Instead I've taken the definition of focus - directing a great deal of attention, interest, or activity towards a particular aim - …

Share Your World – 12 June 2017

Tasmania, Gordon River

Hello everyone! It's time for Share Your World again, a highlight of my week. I love the idea of getting to know a bit more about other bloggers. Please note I never sit and think too long about the questions, I usually put in the first things that come into my head.  It's way more …

Wordless Wednesday: through the square window – 14 June 2017

The Nut at Stanley Tasmania

It's Wordless Wednesday as seen through the square window! Location: The Nut from the window at Highfield Historic Site, Stanley, Tasmania Debbie 🙂 You can also find Deb's World in these places: Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, G+, Facebook and Flipboard 

Embarrassing – Writespiration #119: Week 23

Writespiration is a great challenge as it really gets my grey matter working. The challenge is to write something using the weekly theme, in just 52 words…. EXACTLY 52 words, no more, no less and it's harder than it sounds. This week Sacha wants to know: Your most embarrassing moment… and yes, it can be fiction, but …

Tour de Tassie #4 – The Wild and Wonderful West Coast

West Coast of Tasmania

The Tour de Tassie continues! Where to next?? From East to West So far I've told you about the circuitous route we took on our trip around Tasmania,  our visit to Timeless Tarraleah and our stay in the penitentiary on Maria Island. The East Coast of Tasmania is a beautiful area - dark, deep forests with waterfalls …

Are you in order?

Order in packing

Order- This week's photo challenge asks us to share our take on order, whether literal, figurative, or anything in between (and sure — showing it next to a healthy dose of messiness is fine, too). I'm so glad that last bit was added in, about it being OK to show a healthy dose of messiness, …

Share Your World – 6 June 2017

Share your world, lighthouse, travel

I'm back from travelling around Tasmania and ready to participate in this week's Share Your World. I've missed participating and reading other blogs while away but the bonus has been new perspectives and topics to blog about 🙂 Questions and my responses for this week are as follows: Q. What’s your strongest sense? A.  I'd like to say a sense …

Tour de Tassie #3 – A circuitous route in more ways than one

Tasmania, travel

The circuitous route ends here: We are now home from our two weeks travelling around Tasmania and it all ended as it started. Confused? Don't be! We started our trip in Melbourne, meeting up with my sister and her husband on the boat, The Spirit of Tasmania, as we sailed across Bass Straight on our …