Wave Song on Putty Beach – Ocean Meditation

Feel the sea spray on your cheeks. Sense the wind in your hair. Feel the sun on your shoulders. Feel the sand beneath your feet. Feel the water rush up between your toes and run back down the beach again. Smell the salt air. Listen to the pulsating sound of the waves. Sense the power.... Continue Reading →

Sydney Harbour Soundscape

Sitting in front of The Museum of Contemporary Art of Australia this captures a typical sunny day in Sydney Harbour. Just add a kalimba! I had just viewed an incredible exhibit called "String Theory" in the museum, a melding of basket weaving, dolls, and sculpture all involving string, thread or fibre. It particularly made my... Continue Reading →

Falling Waters Soundscape

Nelson Falls in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park in the Tasmanian wilderness is a gorgeous wall of water tumbling some 30m in an upside down wine glass shape. It was overflowing due to three days of rain. I was pleased that the falls overpowered my vocals. This is just a brief little sonic glimpse... Continue Reading →

Bouddi National Park, NSW, Australia

You want a hike with spectacular ocean views? Visit Bouddi National Park in New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the Central Coast area, far enough away from the Pacific Highway not to be too touristy. We took the Bouddi Coastal Walk from Maitland Bay to Putty Beach, almost 5 KM. The uplifting laughter of the... Continue Reading →

Airlie Beach

As you may have figured from reading my posts, I am a shorewalker. I love the sound of the waves. (That's why I named my Etsy shop WaveSong). But most of all I love beachcombing. Most of the beaches I have been on while on my trip to Australia have been pure sand.  And not much... Continue Reading →

Nelson Falls Soundscape

Nelson Falls in Western Tasmania is in an old growth rainforest. The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service website says, "These delightful falls are reached after a very easy walk. Break the long drive and stretch your legs; you won't be disappointed." This is exactly what happened for me. We had spent a couple of days... Continue Reading →

Looking at the World Upside-down?

Our son lives in Australia. When you look at a globe it's always kind of hidden underneath. So I decided to rectify that. Especially after watching this engaging clip from one of my favourite former dramas, West Wing. The Peter's Projection map was an eye opener for me too when I was first introduced to it whilst... Continue Reading →

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