Category: Features

  • Deni Ute Muster

    Deni Ute Muster

    For one weekend each year 20,000 people pile into the desert near the tiny NSW town of Deniliquin for a weekend celebrating Utes, country music, rural culture and rum for the Deni Ute Muster. A wild weekend where rural Australians let loose for 72 hours in the dust, truly the most Australian thing I’ve ever…

  • Glastonbury 2017

    Glastonbury 2017

    A festival goer taking a selfie at the Glastonbury sign Festival goers walking on a dusty path Martin Freeman A festival goer has purple lipstick applied Festival goers dancing to a brass in the ‘Above the Park’ area of Glastonbury Festival Martin Freeman A festival goer dancing to a brass in the ‘Above the Park’…

  • Lenten Rites

    Lenten Rites

    On Good Friday, thousands of Filipino Christians engage in violent acts of penitence in a tradition which dates back to the 1950’s. Near the city of San Fernando, north of Manila, hundreds of men have their backs cut open and then parade through the streets whipping themselves in with wooden flails until their backs are…