Tag: South Australia
Nothing beside remains. Round the decayof that colossal wreck, boundless and barethe lone and level sands stretch far away… – Percy Bysshe Shelly, Ozymandius. At Curdimurka Siding, the windows of an abandoned railway station stare sightlessly out onto a landscape of grey saltbush and red dirt. The roots of a coolibah tree have cracked and […]
I no longer feel as though I am walking on the moon; I am back on the good Earth.
Here endless trickles count what comes to be and grain by grain the runnels decimate Eternity. – Colin Thiele, Centralian Sandhill North of Burra, the […]