A Red Wattlebird

(a large noisy honeyeater according to Google)

on our laundry trolley


The view was better on the clothesline.


Hawk on electricity pole…



…being kept company by a Mudlark!


Fence sitting  hawk.



Generically I would call these birds

(above and below)



Lisa at OurEyesOpen-Bird weekly

that they are

Nankeen Kestrels, which rang a bell.

I discovered BW versions labeled

as the aforementioned

Nankeen Kestrels

Thank you Lisa.


Another fence sitting Hawk




Finally Wedge Tail Eagles…

…making use of a signal pole alongside…

…a railway line











While visiting a nearby Men’s Shed we were treated to

a tasty morning tea.


During most recent Decembers…



…we hove been treated to a feast

of tasty home grown cherries.



Some, probably not so healthy treats

from a High Tea.


Above and below are two tasty courses from

Dinner on The Q Train.



The Q train is a tourist train which runs on a track

long enough to give staff and guests

time to serve and enjoy dinner. 

A few years ago we celebrated our

32nd Wedding Anniversary

with dinner on

The Q Train.




While not my idea of a treat this bear thought otherwise,

happily extracting a piece of fruit from

the hole in the tree limb.



A Photo a Week Challenge:….Tasty-Treat








Hay rolls


Fire trail among our Blue Gums.


Brandy and Molly waiting for me.


Poll Hereford steer.


Young Hereford cattle.

Dahlia Farm


An old three point linkage,

three furrow mouldboard plough.

From an old farm sighting to very modern farming

in South West Victoria…wind turbines.

In 2013 Australia’s largest wind farm (140 turbines)

was built at our farm’s back door so to speak.

At the time it was supposed to be the largest

Southern Hemisphere farm and

still is according to Wikipedia list.

However, there are 34 windfarms with

larger megawatt capacities,

mostly in the United States.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:...Farm-Related