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.
This was taken at Hattah. I stumbled bleary eyed out of the van, saw him, quickly turned around and grabbed the camera.
Taken while travelling north of Patho.
These were seen on my travels. I haven’t seen any around where we live. They were up north of us.
I love their colours.