Tag Archives: Paul Murray

Karamea Radio Interview with Trail-Running Vickis

Trail Runners Vicki Woolley & Vicki Quinn arrived in Karamea after running the Heaphy Track in two days. They stayed at Rongo Backpackers & Gallery in Karamea and enjoyed a Heaphy Conqueror’s Feast, visited the Oparara Basin arches and caves … Continue reading

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Yoshihiro Takishita: Mr Minka

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray    From a vantage point on wooded Mt Genji overlooking the ancient city of Kamakura, Yoshihiro Takishita relaxes in his stately antique home after returning from a U.S. book tour.   … Continue reading

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Can International Travel Be Sustainable?

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray   (The LivinginPeace Project aims to combine Art/Travel/Permaculture and Education into a Sustainable Business)   The LivinginPeace Project in Karamea at the top of the West Coast of the South Island … Continue reading

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The Power of Permaculture

“A person of courage today is a person of peace. Our only possible decision is to withhold all support for destructive systems and to cease to invest our lives in our own annihilation. Whether we continue without ethics and philosophy … Continue reading

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Gerar Toye: Global Gypsy

Off the Top of my Head By Paul Murray  A thirst for inspiration, wisdom, experience and understanding led Gerar Toye (52) on an international quest from his birthplace in South Auckland to Karamea at the top of the West Coast of … Continue reading

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Rongo Views: Photos by Isabel & Petia

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The Creative Vibrancy of Rongo Backpackers, Karamea Farm Baches and the LivinginPeace Project through the Eyes of Guests/Wwoofers/Friends Isabel Göermann and Petia Vowell.

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The Mirror Tarn: ArtofNature Photography by Paul Murray

The Mirror Tarn is one of my favourite places. The tarn (small mountain lake) is surrounded by dense beech forest that protect the surface of the water from even the slightest breeze. The tarn is very deep and the water … Continue reading

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花見/花火 Hanami / Hanabi by Paul Murray and Elise London

花見/花火 Hanami / Hanabi <p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/43714458″>花見/花火 Hanami / Hanabi</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user11925474″>Paul Murray</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p> Hanami is flower watching in Japanese and Hanabi is fireworks…this is a stop-motion slideshow of an arrangement of leek flowers opening over time into a … Continue reading

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Exhibition of One Photo by Paul Murray & Belgian Artist Arnaud

I walked the Heaphy Track in 2004 to collect information and take photographs for the http://www.heaphytrack.com Web site. Along the way, I happened across a rock and took its image home with me. In my abstract nature photos, I try and … Continue reading

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All About The LivinginPeace Project

All About The LivinginPeace Project The LivinginPeace Project The LivinginPeace project aims to combine elements of art, travel, permaculture and education to create an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable business. Rongo Backpackers & Gallery, Karamea Farm Baches and the Global Gypsy … Continue reading

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