Monthly Archives: November 2012

A frame in a hundred.

Its been six months. But we know where ONE of our frames from Drop #5 is. Out of the blue, we received this picture from a Miss Jessica. It has wandered from Flinders Lane to next door Fitzroy. Smith St … Continue reading

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Day six in the city streets.

five sets of tears. two hugs from strangers. a whispered “I’ll be 38, I’m in between you both.” a blog post. dozens of waves. maybe a hundred. a skate board. a puppy dog. some particularly nice shoes. a friend from … Continue reading

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Last.day. (for.now.we.hope.)

Wow. Tomorrow is our last day. We can’t quite believe it. Nor can we wait to share with you all the amazing writings by those that crawled inside… If you have been putting it off, then tomorrow is your last … Continue reading

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Our first Friday. Cohen’s Place.

Fridays definitely seem to have a different rhythm to them. Or it was the cold wind and threat of rain? Quiet for the beginning two hours. Someone fell asleep. Many tourists. Not sure why. A fair few ready for radiohead. A family of … Continue reading

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Cohen Place Caravan Cavorting.

Definition of cavort: Jump or dance around excitedly: “monkeys leap and cavort in the branches” That’s us. In Cohens Place, China Town 10.30am till 6pm. Tomorrow. xx aMoment

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Sunny Gordon Reserve.

Today was quiet. Sunny. Pensive. Quiet words. Tears-a-many. A 6 year old with a pink t-shirt came back three times, but her parents wouldn’t take her in. So we wrote her name instead. Another 7 year old showed her aunt … Continue reading

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Tomorrow. Wednesday 14th.

Tomorrow you will find us under a shady tree. We’ve been there before, and it was lovely. Behind us leafy green. In front the grid of grey. Come find us folks. Sitting pretty near Spring St. xx aMoment

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