Moonan is a paradoxical place.
It is wild and untamed, predictable and homely.
It is free of the distractions that distract us.
It is ever-changing whilst never-changing.
Moonan is a busy landscape, unhurried.
We find our place here every year, year on year, our feet in the creek and our head in the clouds.
We explore deeply but tread lightly, gasp at the cold and stretch in the sun.
To share these images in colour would be too much for us all to bear.
We guard our Moonan memories carefully.
“Attention is the beginning of devotion.” Mary Oliver, Upstream: Selected essays.