The sea margin: so rich with life and pattern, the junction between light and dark, wet and dry, cool and heat, yin and yang. So many footsteps, such fun and laughter... but hey, stop and look and listen...
Step down to the sea, look down at the water swirling around your feet and marvel at the momentary ephemeral beauty of its movement. Then wait for the next wave and look into it, not at it.
Or wait for it to arrive in the dawn...
Or find yourself enveloped by the morning aftermath of storm and build from it scenes for a novel.
Dennis Argall lives near the coast in southeastern Australia and has also lived in The Philippines, Italy, the United States and China.
This book contains scenes from a forthcoming novel, set in China as well as Australia.
Foreign service, other national policy making, organic agriculture, IT and more... painting and writing.
Briefly in Japan, April 2014 Published June 02, 2014
Life in Colour Published May 25, 2014
Sicilia, Napoli, Roma 2011 Published October 08, 2011
unmese: the blog Published May 26, 2010
Un Mese in Italia: Febbraio-Marzo 2010 Published May 08, 2010