BIG­GER IS BET­TER

Australian Geographic - - Your Say -

I have been back in the UK for

43 years, but dur­ing my fi­nal years of school­ing and univer­sity in Ho­bart and Mel­bourne I was bit­ten by the bug of Aus­tralia’s unique nat­u­ral world. I am a long-time sub­scriber and was think­ing that re­cent years of Aus­tralian Geo­graphic were leav­ing me a lit­tle dis­ap­pointed, want­ing longer ar­ti­cles with more depth of ma­te­rial.

Then I re­ceived AG 145 and dis­cov­ered my dis­ap­point­ments an­swered, es­pe­cially by the ar­ti­cle on Joseph Banks – 14 pages in all.

Then there were longer ar­ti­cles in AG 146 too. I am get­ting ex­cited to re­ceive the next is­sue! My com­ment is in di­rect con­trast to your feed­back in AG 146, which asked for short sen­tences and short ar­ti­cles, so you won’t please ev­ery­one. But keep up this va­ri­ety of heav­ier ma­te­rial mixed with your col­lec­tion of shorter, punchier ar­ti­cles.This is a great mag­a­zine to read on a dull day in Eng­land – though this year we have seen some fan­tas­tic blue skies! PHILIP NOAKES, BATH, UK

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