I can’t believe it’s two years

2 Year Anniversary Achievement

Two years ago I started this blog. Since then i have posted almost every day. There have been a few days when I was away from internet reception, But I always caught up when I had a signal.

It’s been great. Thank you to all my followers. You have helped me get through the isolation of two Covid years. There has definitely been an upside. I have become much more attuned to the wonderful area where I live. I hope to continue making posts for a long time yet.

Vaxxed, at last

He’s only 11, and his turn finally came about. I worry about him and all the other kids today. They’re so aware, but bravely face up to it all. ‘Specially love this one.

Such a big chair and a brave little boy
Lollies and a balloon but the eyes say it all
Childhood regained!!

Landscape Learning

So here’s the next one. I thought maybe I should crop out the car and the post. (although they do add interest). I’d like to move the tree in the middle. I should have moved along when composing it. I think the pic below is still too busy with the tree, the hayshed and the reflection.

I’m back

I have missed my regular posting because I went off to a music festival and totally immersed myself with playing music. I was camping out for the best part of the week, The weather was amazingly unpredictable with searing heat, drenching downpours and finally cold-enough-to-get-the-blanket-out when the sun finally set. Threats of lightning and storms late one night, sent all scrambling to protect the instruments and equipment and even closed the stage up early. I had a thoroughly enjoyable time but my power to computer and phone ran out soon after I arrived and that was that. No more posts here for me. But, I’m back now and life is returning to routine.

This year, I hope to include a new style of pic for me, as I try my hand at capturing landscapes. Here’s the first. This is a ‘road’ that I can use to get between my new shop and where I live on the farm, a distance of 5 kilometres. It’s slower this way, and bumpier, but much more picturesque.