Camped at New Norfolk recently, I was surrounded by backpacking cherrypickers in their tents and whizbangs (Kombi-type vehicles with very noisy sliding doors). They’d be off early each morning and arrive back exhausted about mid- to late-afternoon. An hour or two of online activity, a quick meal, and off to bed they’d go. The few [...] Read more – ‘Adrien & Veronique’.
Fly-tying is a skill not mastered by many. It takes countless hours of observation, concentration, and deft manipulation of fur, feather and cotton, not to mention supple fingers and keen eyesight to achieve the tiny works of art. This small sample below also highlights the variation in size, colour and detail. Read more – ‘A fine art’.