Virgin Australia Boeing 737-800 on the Tarmac at Canberra Airport, Thursday, 24 May 2018 17:57

Virgin Australia Boeing 737-800 on the Tarmac at Canberra Airport, Thursday, 24 May 2018 17:57

Taken with a Samsung Galaxy S7

Processed in Instagram

Qantas Boeing 737 “Retro Roo II” on the Tarmac at Canberra Airport, Tuesday, 22 May 2018 08:05

Qantas Boeing 737 “Retro Roo II” on the Tarmac at Canberra Airport, Tuesday, 22 May 2018 08:05

Taken with a Samsung Galaxy S7

Processed in Instagram

In the Context of an Infinite Universe There is No Cause for Concern

On a tiny planet hanging on to the edge of a galaxy

a million people drive a million cars

along a million tarmac paths.

 

The planet spins under mysterious forces that were

hypothesised by some scientists a lifetime ago,

hell bent on creating their own gods.

 

Seasons follow seasons until no season changes.

Children inherit the debts of their parents.

No parent is perfect & no child will change.

 

The tiny planet hanging on to the edge will slip,

or rather all the people will simply cease to exist,

and the galaxy will correct for any imbalance.

 

On a tiny planet hanging on to the edge of a galaxy

humans, a blip in the timeline of an infinite universe,

will fail to register any impact.

Sydney Harbour, Monday, 9 January 2017 11:00

Sydney Harbour Bridge

 

Sydney Opera House

 

Taken with a Samsung Galaxy S7

equivalent to f/1.7, 1/3432s, ISO:40

Processed in Picasa

Steps, Montmartre – Friday, 11 December 2015 08:23

Steps, Montmartre – Friday, 11 December 2015 08:04

Taken with a Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Edited in Picasa