Biography

Dr. June Perkins is a multi-arts creative born to a Papua New Guinean Indigenous mother and Australian father. She was raised in Tasmania as a Bahá’i and combines poetry, blogging, photography, story and more to explore themes interesting her, peace, ecology, spirituality, cultural diversity, resilience and empowerment.

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27 thoughts on “Biography

  1. Just wanted to thank you for visting and liking my recent post ‘Word a Week Challenge entry – Clouds’ – your support is appreciated. You have some beautiful work here, and I look forward to exploring it more.

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  2. Thanks, I love the photo challenges, and hope when I get a bit more time to participate more in them, but so busy at the moment! I loved some of the responses. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment, always appreciated.

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  3. Thanks for showing interest in what I put out too. I sincerely hope you continue to find my works entertaining & pleasurable. Be safe.

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  4. I love how blogging connects people all over the world, and enables us to find out about places, cultures and thoughtful caring souls.

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  5. Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

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  6. June, I’m very touched by your blog and your beauty shines through everything that you do. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I cherish your visits. Blessings to you, your family and your community. Michele

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  7. Just began making short documentaries about a year and a half ago, and learning from ABC Open producers and mentors as I go. Are you on Vimeo?

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  8. June, congratulations and I wish you every success on your filmmaking path. Yes I have examples of my films on Vimeo, YouTube and IMDB. Please let me know if you want me to send you direct links to my work. Peace and blessings, Michele

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  9. Thanks very much reading the “Introduction” to “Gotta Find A Home”. I am honoured by your comment. You have a very illustrious career. I am now following you and will check out your other blogs.

    Cheers,
    Dennis

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  10. Hi June, Thank you for following my photography blog, Jane’s Lens. I hope you are inspired. Your blog is fascinating and I look forward to reading more.

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  11. June, John Etheridge here, from Book of Pain and Book of Bokeh. Several things:

    1) Your Baha photo/quote combo for NineteenMonths.com …stunning! The golds, the sun, the new Day …wow!

    2) Are you on Facebook? I’d like to send you a Friend request.

    3) Are you a member of the NineteenMonths group on Facebook? I’d like to get that spot active as a place for us NineteenMonths.com contributors to gather and discuss photography and ways to put photography to use for the Faith.

    4) I just realized that what you really need to suck up all that spare time you have (beyond your artistic pursuits, of course) is another blog or two to keep you occupied and to confuse my little brain that much more. Start working on that, soon, huh?! 🙂 (Just joking of course…I am in awe of your talent and your drive!)

    etheridge @ inforesolution.com

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  12. Hi John 😉 yes, send a friend request – thanks yes, that was an inspiring location for sunsets, lived there for two years, and got up many a morning looking for spun gold. I am in the nineteen months facebook page but not group – . Some of the my blogs are acrchived now, like books I think whilst Pearlz Dreaming ever remains the home base.

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  13. June, the links you sent were not to your individual account. I could like them but not send you a friend request… unless I was messaging up somehow…

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