The everyday of our family farm
Wishing you and yours a wonderful 2016 Lynda. As always your photos are absolutely breathtaking. What's the current weather situation in your neck of the woods?
Thank you Fiona. So lovely to hear from you.The season down here has been interesting – nothing as dramatic as the drought up your way and through QLD. I really feel for you all. We have irrigation – albeit limited to 19% this year. But it still gives us options. The winter harvest across much of southern NSW and western VIC was poor due to lack of rain. And when the rain did come (¼ of our annual rain in a week!) it was too late and fell on a lot of the failed grain crops that had been cut for hay. The joys of farming!
I always wonder if anyone loves a picture like this as much as me! I do so love this...
Thank you Rose. I was pretty stoked with this picture myself so am pleased that you like it!!!
VERY nice! Excellent catch.
Dramatic and stunningly beautiful. We got (and are getting) evening drizzle. Not nearly so dramatic.
It looked dramatic but we got no rain.
Wow, that looks like quite a storm coming.What an awesome photo.
Oh! I love a scene like that.
Those dark clouds looks as if the sky is going to let go of all the rain - but no, not in your area.
Such a beautiful photo - as long as it didn't hammer you and rain on downed alfalfa (lucerne)! But we take rain when we can get it, I know.
Thanks Kim. Did you see Saturday's photo of the dusty track? That's us racing around getting all the lucerne in before the rain. And yes, we got it all baled. No rain, but the hay was baled up anyway.
Nice light and capture of those dark clouds.
All that and it never even settled the dust! Diane
WOW! this is gorgeous!!
Waude ... what kind of clouds. Bautiful.
Amazing capture of the storm rolling in.