Loved the rocks.
We had a family holiday in Tassie recently. Loved it.
Some interesting hay bales on the road to Girgarre. We had the Avan and got settled into camp just before this storm drenched us.
If I could combine three elements for my ‘ideal house’ I would have to have a palm tree, and maybe a jacaranda and of course an unusually shaped roof topped with a gargoyle. So when I spotted this house on a back road, in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of the state of Victoria, while I was disorientated looking for the most direct route to locate my ukulele playing friends…I did a u-turn and took these shots.
I had a lovely break for a few days visiting my sister in Warrnambool, which is abot 350 km southwest of where I live. It was much cooler and very windy. This was the one time I went on a short walk to the seaside.
These were in a little patch of creative garden created by children with an amazing teacher for inspiration. I enjoyed travelling around in the last break between lockdowns. It was moments of discovering these sort of gems that I enjoy the most.
Wyperfield National Park, Northern Victoria, Australia
I was tidying up my photos and I found this one. I’m not sure what sort of parrot this is.
I didn’t notice its mate on a lower branch.