Beautiful place indeed! Beautiful photo!
Ohhhhh I like that very much!*sigh* Wish I could move there tomorrow!
Wow! This photo is stunning! What a wonderful color! Please, what means purdy?
What is that in the yellow fields? Canola? Pyrethrum?
Mary Jo - makes me wonder why I spent the last 20 years in the city!
Jayne - I highly recommend it. I get hives now, when I go back to Melbourne.
GD - I bet you'd love to be let loose amongst those giant white pigeons!
Sonia - The light was fantastic that day.I'll come over to your place and tell you all about "purdy".
Kris - it's canola. I've never seen a crop of pyrethrum before. Although after a bit of quick self-education courtesy of google, I see - Botanical Resources Aust in Tasmania produces 45% of the world's pyrethrum. Who'da thought?
The clouds look as though they are so over just hanging there that they could plop down on the ground! Love skew-whiff sheds of rusting corrugated iron. And the canola I recognised but only because another blogger posted a pic last week!Good one ...
Julie - ahhh, I see you are knowledgeable about the ways of the skew-whiff.I wrestled for hours with the double 'f' - it hadn't occurred to me to go with the hyphen!
The double double u even ... now surely that needs a hyphen somewhere!