Occasional writing from a house of mirrors, of time stopped and of movement. Built from local stone in the 1850s, the Clarendon house and property at the southern tail of the Adelaide Hills has been home for many people and other animals. The task is to write the present, what happens now. Impossible as that is, this is, this is, the immanent present. For the in-between chronicle of the move from city plains to rural hills read Fire, wether, snake: what happens now. See ohlogic on vimeo for videos. September 2016.