Weekly Photo Challenge: Home

“Home is where the heart is.
Home is so remote.
Home is just emotion
sticking in my throat.

Let’s go to your place.”

Lene Lovich

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The decor of this Sydney restaurant is a colourful reminder of the linguistically and culturally rich country that was my home from birth to mid-life.

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My favourite from this week’s challenge was this one from Jo Bryant.

See The Daily Post for more photographic interpretations of ‘Home’.

33 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Home

      • i think i can understand … i have roots in the country where i lived with my grandparents … yet i know there are sydney roots too, although more tenuous … and here? i feel this land is hosting me, i am a carer for it … to share it’s healing properties … can’t explain it …

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  3. Love the shoes and slippers…thanks for the lovely words BB and the link. So glad you liked it. I had planned something else…but when I was editing the photos of the surf carnival…something mad came over me…hehehehe

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    • Many will recognise the teenage sentiments in those lyrics, haha. Love Lene Lovich’s music.
      Hard and not so, Gabe – I think it’s complicated for any emigrant, no matter where they come from or migrate to. We make our choices, I guess. And for many different reasons.

  5. Lovely, BB. I think sometimes one sees things much more clearly from afar. Sometimes one has to leave home to really appreciate it. Great photo’s! and great quote too.

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