December 31, 2016

The top Farm-ily posts for 2016.

The sun is about to set on the year but a whole new one is about to begin.

As 2016 draws to a close I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued encouragement and interest in Farm-ily. I am stoked that the daily happenings of our farm here in southern NSW, Australia is enjoyed by so many from all over the world. Having you visit is wonderful and I really treasure the friendships that have grown with this blog’s journey.

So thank you all.


December 29, 2016

Feeling a little excited opening today’s mail.
4 publications; 13 photos between them.

I have never thought of myself as a photographer, rather just someone that enjoys taking photos of our farm. To have photos published in print is a bonus and I feel quite honoured.



December 24, 2016

Stopped for Christmas and everyone having a well earned break.



December 2, 2016

Some clever raking required to get this hay back in a windrow.


November 30, 2016

They’re here!

The 2017 Farm-ily Calendar has finally arrived and I am just a tad excited about them.
They have come up a real treat.

This is the fourth Farm-ily calendar and each year I find it a real challenge to narrow down my hundreds of photos for the year to just thirteen. I’m super proud of this one.

So how did I go?
Is your favourite Farm-ily photo amongst my thirteen?

If you are after a uniquely Australian rural calendar, featuring photos from a farm in the Riverina, NSW they are now available for purchase.

You can purchase the calendars online via our daughter’s Little Brick Pastoral online store.
Whilst there check out her 2017 Lego Farmer calendar and greeting cards featuring the super cute and very little Lego Farmer.

Alternatively you can email me or send me a message via Facebook.

Locally the calendar can be purchased at Daisy Mae’s Giftware in Finley or at the Tocumwal Post Office.


November 20, 2016

Unreal colour in the sky this morning.
(SOOC - straight out of camera)


November 19, 2016

School students gaining firsthand knowledge about irrigation & farming.


November 13, 2016

"He can't fly but I'm tellin' you, he can run the pants off a kangaroo"
~ Old Man Emu by John Williamson