Roadtrip Australia is the YouTube channel of Justin and Bec Lorrimer. Since 2015 they have been travelling with their three children, 6-year-old Jack, 4-year-old Billy and 3-year-old daughter Charli. They started with the intentions of doing a lap of Oz in their caravan and 4WD….and they haven’t looked back. It’s a fantastic lifestyle and the caravanning adventures and experiences we have gained are far more … Continue reading YouTube: Roadtrip Australia.
Every society needs heroes. And every society has them. The reason we don’t often see them is because we don’t bother to look. There are two kinds of heroes. Heroes who shine in the face of great adversity, who perform an amazing feat in a difficult situation. And heroes who live among us, who do their work unceremoniously, unnoticed by many of us, but who … Continue reading Heroes.
The kingdom of Bhutan holds vast areas of natural forest. In fact Bhutan is the only country in the world that is carbon negative. This short video tells a story of Sonam Phuntsho, a forest caretaker who has planted over 100,000 trees by hand over the last 60 years. Despite the overwhelming and many would say now insurmountable challenges posed by climate change, this man … Continue reading One tree at a time.
Even if, like me, table tennis is not something you really are not into that much, I think this short documentary (14 min) may hold something for you.
Form is emptiness. Emptiness is form. — The heart sutra. A stunning short film documenting a murmuration of starlings. Whilst science has not yet completely explained the exact mechanism that allows unimaginable numbers of birds to respond to each other with such swirling simultaneous unity, a research team of theoretical physicists published a paper in 2012 that found that a change of direction (known as … Continue reading The art of flying.