Signing off...

Signing off… for now.

After 5 years, 4 months & 10 days (1900 posts) I’m taking a break from my daily photos.

What started as a year-long personal challenge on January 1, 2013 to find the beauty in each & every day on the farm extended into another year… and another….

Now I think it is time to call it a day… for a while at least.

Thank you all for being part of this journey. I am truly honoured by the level of interest in the day-to-day happenings on our farm and I thank you for your friendship, encouragement, comments, emails & messages of support over the last 5 years. Never in my wildest dreams did I think my photos would touch so many people, all over world.


Silo Art

Last weekend on our way to the mountains we stopped at two recently completed silo art projects in northern Victoria.

Devenish Silo Art

The Devenish silo art depicts two service women 100 years apart - a WWI nurse and a modern-day army medic. Painted by Melbourne artist Cam Scale over 11 days, it was officially opened on Anzac Day last week.

Goorambat Silo Art

These silos are in Goorambat and were painted as part of Benalla’s Wall to Wall Festival by Melbourne based street artist Dvate in March over 17 days. They depict the native Barking Owl and farming life. 

The scale of these murals and the detail is quite breathtaking. They are well worth a visit. We look forward to seeing many more of these works of art in tiny rural towns as the Silo Art Trails continue to gain in popularity.


May 2, 2018

How lucky are we!

We received these today from a hay customer who called in to pick up mulch bales for the garden. What a delight to share a cuppa with George & Jenny of Tarra Valley Foods.

Thank you. These preserves will certainly be enjoyed.