Saturday

June 24, 2017

This sweet little Flame Robin is visiting from the mountains for winter.

Thursday

June 22, 2017

Levelling irrigation bays in preparation for sowing lucerne.

Wednesday

June 14, 2017

The things I find on the farm!!

These tiny prehistoric looking beetles are Mimic Bark Weevils aka Kurrajong Weevils (Axionicus insignis)…  well camouflaged on the Kurrajong tree.

Monday

June 5, 2017

Good planets are hard to find so we all need to look after this one. #WorldEnvironmentDay

Thursday

June 1, 2017

Then and now spreading.

We have been using poultry manure as our base fertiliser for many, many years. The way we spread hasn’t really changed much over the years... just the machinery. Back then the Leyland was used as both the loader tractor and the tractor that pulled the spreader… without a cab.

Wednesday

May 31, 2017

Yesterday may have been grey but the sunset was anything but.

Sunday

May 28, 2017

Grand Architecture.

The Sacred Heart Cathedral in Bendigo, Victoria is an English Gothic architectural masterpiece. It is one of Australia’s largest churches being 75 metres long and has a ceiling height of 24 metres. The main spire is 87 metres high. Building commenced in 1897 but it wasn’t fully completed until 1977.

It is an impressive building.

Wednesday

May 17, 2017

The Invisible Farmer Project

Australia’s national broadcaster the ABC has joined up with the Australian Research Council and Museums Victoria to conduct the largest ever Australian study about women on the land. Called the Invisible Farmers as the work that these women do is mostly behind the scenes and often unseen, but they are the backbone of many farming and rural businesses. 

Submissions were called to pay tribute to farming woman all around Australia via the ABC Open website.
And … well… here is one such submission that you may find of interest.
Documenter (click to read)

Sunday

May 14, 2017

A smoky sunset.

Yesterday's setting sun was actually an incredible deep red but it was impossible to capture that colour intensity on my camera... so you will just have to visualise it as red!