You hear and you smell

I have had the very great pleasure of spending a number of weeks over the last few years in Abels Bay Tasmania. Drinking in the beauty of the bay, being awestruck by the dynamic weather and the incredible fossils that lie scattered on the beach and embedded into the cliffs below the house where I stay. I cannot wait to get up in the morning, to watch out for pademelons, and to see what may have been washed up on the beach overnight. It is a place of extreme delight. This little book is a collection of short drawings I did there in January of the bits and pieces of seaweed and other things that were caught in the twigs I found along the beach. I am very grateful to my hosts who make these stays possible.

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