Soon paddocks will be covered in yellow
as canola blooms.
Even with Candi still in her kennel
Taji has no qualms about inserting herself
in search of leftovers.
A back road near Geelong
with a beautiful view.
Not a Botswana back road,
however with wandering livestock,
it could be a back road
We travelled over this road for several hours
before reaching the salt lake.
Greater Kruger National Park…
…provided a variety of tracks/roads
and many wandering wildlife.
This Kruger National Park road
may pass for a back road,
but it isn’t and that maybe that is
why the hyenas used it.
as with all homes of the 1920s, I suspect,
no built in robes.
Therefore, my first task was to construct wardrobes,
similar to these, in each bedroom
complete with mirrored doors.
A few years ago it was decreed that
new dog kennels were required.
Maggie thought her new digs was okay
although she passed away a few months
after this photo was taken.
Last summer, I finished constructing a new
outdoor seat, come storage box
for the back verandah.
The skin, or outer covering, is
made from recycled fence palings.
The biggest success with this project is that
at the moment it still appears
to be spider proof.
Even when they don’t need it they think they do!
Clifton Springs Pier
Nobody loves me….
Perhaps not unfriendly, however,
Straight lines of trees form a basic geometric figure.
A building frame created of rectangles and triangles
And Victoria’s National Gallery of Art has…
…its rectangles and triangles on the outside
which Melburnians’ either love or hate.