July 17, 2019

            It’s "What is it Wednesday"... so what do you think this is?


July 12, 2019

Old postcards. 

I collect postcards but I am very specific in my quest – I collect vintage hay making postcards 
(which will be no surprise for those that have been following this blog for a while). 

Many of my postcards date back to the early 1900’s. I am fascinated by the scale of the hay stacks and different techniques used. A moment in time captured in each postcard. 

Are you a collector? What do you collect?


July 8, 2019

Taking a peek over the edge at the Dandongadale Falls.

At 255m Dandongadale Falls (centre of photo) are the highest single drop waterfall in Victoria.



June 5, 2019

Our world, our planet, ours to look after. #WorldEnvironmentDay


June 4, 2019

Another days sowing about to begin… this time oats on a beef farm.



June 1, 2019

A foggy morning surprise. 

Bit excited to see my first ever fogbow this morning. Can you see it? It is pretty faint and was hard to photograph but boy … was it beautiful. 

According to the Bureau of Meteorology fogbows (also called white rainbows or ghost rainbows) are formed in the same way as rainbows, with the sun's rays being refracted and reflected by the water droplets in the fog. As the fog droplets are much smaller than raindrops there is a smaller amount of refraction and reflection so the colours in a fogbow are paler and appear white. 

Isn't nature amazing!