Photographer Richard Peters sat in his car and from a distance watched the fox hunting, just enjoying the performance. The fox was listening for rodents under the snow, then leaping high to pounce down on the unsuspecting prey. It was too far away to photograph, and so when it disappeared and suddenly reappeared, on a snow bank level with the car window, Richard was taken by surprise. “It was already in pounce position, and I barely had time to lift the camera before it leapt up into the air almost clean out of my field of view. I managed to get a sequence of the leap, but I love this quirky image best, which gives a real sense of just how high these wonderful animals can jump.”
The cinema for me is such a therapy. Even a silly movie - the lights go down and for that hour and a half you’re kind of lost. I love that. And to give people that experience – movies that move you, or make you laugh, or scare you, it’s just such a joy.
so i’ve been absent doing things
and practicing my ass off in the uni music rooms for literally hours - right now i’m playing this concerto by schumann which was written after he’d tried to commit suicide and my teacher was like ‘this piece is schizophrenic, and you have to feel both sides when you play’ so that’s great for my moods
and getting up early! at like 6am! which is something that happens in spring because idk, i feel less depressed in the morning than normal :)
i wonder how many future famous people i’ve met
tony abbott: *comes to australia as an immigrant on a boat, had free university education*
tony abbott: so i wanna talk about two things i am really against