The Triangle Photo Gallery is featuring ‘Animals’ this month.
We are very pleased with the variety and quality of images from our readers.
Click here to see our Animal Gallery
The theme for September is ‘Landscapes’. This could be anything from mountains to the sea, rivers or sunsets. See the guidelines here then send your images to email@example.com by the end of the month.
As promised, your September Triangle is now online. Click here!
That’s her in the middle, the Carmella T
Hello, just a short note to let you know that the September Triangle is now available at your local distribution point.
Read about a special song that’s been gifted to the Indigenous children of Bermagui; one person’s detailed account of being tested for COVID-19; opportunities for changes – good changes! – we might embrace when we finally see the back of this virus; the story of an old fishing boat they just couldn’t keep down.
And of course a rundown of what’s happening in and around our villages.
The full-colour digital version will be available tomorrow afternoon – we’ll let you know when you can view it in all its technicolor glory 🙂
Be safe, be well, all of you.
The Triangle Photo Gallery is featuring ‘Portraits’ this month.
We are very pleased with the response from our readers. There are certainly some talented photographers in our Triangle region.
Click here for our Portraits Gallery
The theme for September is ‘Animals’. This could be pets, wildlife, farm animals or even birds. It’s time to get out there and take some photos! See the guidelines here then send your images to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the month.
Thanks for all these wonderful entries. It is great to see we have such creative people living in the area.
From Lynn Lawson:
How to train your cat:
Let it know who’s boss, and then
Do the things it wants.
Fire and plague, now rain
2020’s down the drain
Can we restart, please?
Seen at Quaama Store:
Grinning farmer has exchanged
Blundstones for gumboots.
caught behind at thirty-three
second innings hopes
A black cockatoo
The squeaky wheel in the sky
Cuts the peace in half
How long is our attention?
Is it good bye ku?
Gravity turned off
Even then it did not stop
The descent of man
Cloud reigns on my dam
Ah Water hens flash their tails
Three black cockatoos
Red of cheek pierce the sunlight
Shadows of plain rain
Corellas roosting …
fluttering white prayer flags
bound to burnt branches
A Wonga pigeon
Car alarm bird of the bush
Can’t give a hi coo
First we had the fires
Then we had the pandemic
now we’ve flooding rains
Can’t find the zoom link
mask wearing is so stifling
Time to make coffee
Rain and then more rain:
see the trees remembering
what it’s like to drink!
Here is something to keep your brain active on these rainy, indoor days: an online ‘Haiku’ Challenge!
The rules are simple. A 3-line poem consisting of 5 syllables in the first line, then 7 syllables in the second, and 5 syllables in the third. It can be as serious or silly as you like. Put your poet hat on, write one and send it to us at email@example.com.
We’ll put together another post in a few days with all the haikus from subscribers.
Here are some the Triangle committee came up with:
I know we need rain
But I want to go outside
Dams and tanks brimful.
At risk of farmers’ ire, I’ll
Call it now – enough!
Slowdown in Sydney
Furious, frantic movement
Bows to Covid’s curse
Drumming on the roof
Penetrates the burnt landscape
Knead sourdough bread
Giving rise to hope
The August 2020 issue of The Triangle is online and ready to read now, or you can pick up a paper copy from your local distribution point.
There are stories about last month’s NAIDOC Run Sweat Inspire Festival, the latest COVID-19 update by Dr Gundi Muller (and if you’re confused about masks, we have advice), an amazing and unusually personal local interview with Gough Whitlam (!) from 1995, a close look at what BVSC has been up to, all the usual happenings from your village, and much more. Pick up a copy at your post office, petrol station, library or 777, or read a colour version online here.
The Triangle July 2020 issue is online and ready to read now, or you can pick up a paper copy from tomorrow.
There are stories about Cobargo’s new Tool Library, a COVID update by Dr Gundi Muller, the good work OzHarvest is doing and much more. Pick up a copy at your post office, petrol station, library or 777, or read a colour version online here.
Also, online now there is a link to our new photo gallery and this month we are showcasing the work of Malcolm Halliday of Fairhaven. Next month we’re opening the Photo Gallery to work by local photographers with the theme of ‘Portraits’. See Photos for more information or read the article on page 13. We’d love to see and share your photos.
Our June issue is out – online and back in print! We’re distributing today.
From bushfire recovery to waterway restoration to the Art of Isolation to the quiet sale of the Bermi water tower (mural thrown in), pick up a copy at your post office, fuel stop or 777, or read it online here in full colour.
And while you’re online, check out these blankets, made by local knitters and crocheters and donated to bushfire survivors to get them through the winter months. More, p27.
The Grants Hub has compiled a list of grants available to anyone who has been affected. You may have lost your home, possessions, or your income.
There’s a list of tradies offering free services, and grants for Indigenous corporations and land management groups.
There’s details of counselling and legal services available.
There’s even a page you can list your business if you’ve had a downturn — they say that some have recouped their entire Christmas losses within 24 hours of being featured.
And that’s just the national listings — there’s a long list of NSW grants/offerings too.