Sydney Harbour Fence
Port Fairy Beach
Making use of good surf
My favourite image from
a time for play or diversion
Many animals decide playtime
is just before sundown.
Our dogs are no exception.
However, Candi is ready for play any time of the day,
if given the opportunity…
…and is always ready to show us how…
…good she is at catching her favourite rope.
The mountains which call me are not
the Rocky Mountains, as splendid as they are.
Rather, they are small volcanic cones that
surrounded me all my life until September 2005.
Now, instead, of seeing at least some of them
on a daily basis, I only see them when I make the
400-kilometre round trip back to the farm,
once or twice each year.
…is located at Mortlake and is known as
the Olivine Capital of the World.
Mortlake is around a 40 minute drive from
the farm and 145 kilometres from Geelong.
…is located appoximately half way
between Warnambool and Terang.
Consequently this is as close as I usually
get to this volcanic cone.
…is located around ten to fifteen minutes south(ish)
of Ballarat and around half an hour inland
…is located roughly halfway between
Geelong and my hometown
My final image this week is one extracted from Google.
My home town (not marked) is roughly equidistant
from Tower Hill in the South
and Penshurst’s Mt Rouse in the North
Travel west, 20 or so kilomteres,
to Macarthur and you
will at the home of Mt Eccles
Mortlake is clearly marked on this image,
however, Mt Shadwell is not.