Entries by Jocelyn Watts

Vietnam shed joins military trail

Toogoom RSL opens restored Vietnam shed A shed destined for the Vietnam war is now basking in the Queensland sun after 45 years in storage at the Wallangarra Army base on the New South Wales border. The shed that was to be used as a soldiers’ mess hall on the battlefields of Vietnam now stands […]

Black and White Spider Awards

Jocelyn honoured in Black and White Spider Awards Photographer Jocelyn Watts of Australia has been honoured in the prestigious 9th Annual Black and White Spider Awards in the Abstract Category. The recent Nomination and Winners PhotoShow webcast gala was attended by photography fans around the globe who logged on to see the climax of the […]

Graveside ceremony surprise

  Surprise, Honey! We’re getting hitched, today, at your dad’s grave! Steven McIntosh didn’t just pop the question. He was so confident of a positive response that he surprised his long-time partner with an all-arranged graveside ceremony to promise a lifetime of love. Lynne Prowd hates surprises, so for her long-time partner to choose her […]

Australia’s only monastic town

Discovering New Norcia IF TOURIST brochures suggest staying at Margaret River you can bet hubby will want to book at Yallingup, a stone’s throw up the road. Doing the tourist thing or mingling with crowds is not his idea of a relaxing holiday so when we visited the southwest corner of Western Australia recently, he […]