Almanac Photo Essay: The Course of a Day, Gherang, Victoria


The Course of a Day, Gherang, Victoria


The following photographs were taken by me from my Gherang verandah on October 13, 2021.


There’s something meditative involved in gazing at the sky, watching its ever-changing patterns.


The sky can be viewed as nature’s altar.


The pictures constitute a personal ‘Liturgy of the Hours’, in a sense – hence the regular times spread from just before sunrise to after sunset.


Each photo is worth lingering over. I invite you to do that.



6 AM


9 AM




3 PM


6 PM


9 PM




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Kevin Densley is a poet and writer-in-general. His fourth book-length poetry collection, Sacredly Profane, has just been published (late 2020) by Ginninderra Press. He is also the co-author of ten play collections for young people, as well as a multi Green Room Award nominated play, Last Chance Gas, which was published by Currency Press. Recent other writing includes screenplays for films with a tertiary education purpose.

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