Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Sunday, April 12, 2009
You'll never guess what they are standing in a paddock of.
Go on, guess.
(no, it's not marijuana)
Photo: Sunshine Coast, Queensland - March, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Friday, April 3, 2009
It's yellow, right?
Very cool shop in Yandina.
And I bought something yellow from there too.
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Yandina, Sunshine Coast, Queensland - March, 2009.
Saturday, March 28, 2009
In contrast to the busy geriatric highway of my last post, we have Castaways Beach
(my favourite beach).
Miles and miles of sand and sea.
AND.....it's off leash for doggies!
Up-date on midgey bites -
one in inside corner of eye,
two on outside corner of eye,
one on entrance to left nostril,
one on ear where lobe joins
PLUS five new ones on forehead -
oh yes - my face is a pretty picture at present!
You'd never guess I was lathered in insect repellent from morning to night!
Photo: Mum and Jess, Castaways Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland - March, 2009.
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Poor neglected Ararat Daily Photo blog.
Encroaching on BitingMidge's territory on the Sunshine Coast.
I'm sure he won't mind for a week or two.
(or maybe he does - I think he has sent the word out to his kin - coz I seem to be COVERED in midgey bites - I'm talking the soles of my feet, behind my ears and smack dab right in the middle of my forehead - very attractive!).
Anyway, early morning walk along the Noosa River.
The old dudes will mow you down if you dawdle - don't worry about the kids on their scooters!
It's a geriatric highway in the morning!
Isn't the difference in grass colour of this photo to my previous photo amazing?
2000km exists between these two points!
Photo - Noosa River - 20 March, 2009.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
......and incredibly the fires are STILL burning in Victoria, with an expectation that things will flare up again badly on Friday.
All those poor firefighters (most of them volunteer firefighters) must be utterly exhausted.
It's hard to believe that half of Queensland is under water at the moment.
Anyway, here's a photo of ...... well, I'm not exactly sure.
Probably some sort of hay carrier - he was zooming along a side road
with the wind in his hair having a lovely time.
Photo: Between Ballarat & Ararat - Feb, 2009
Sunday, February 1, 2009
That's what it used to be called in the olden days.
Then it was the Aradale Mental Hospital.
It operated for around 130 years, closing in 1997.
Now it is home to the Australian College of Wine.
It's a strange kinda place.
You can see bit and pieces
Photo: Aradale, Ararat - January, 2009
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
So much treasure, so little time.
Who doesn't love a poke around the second-hand dealers?
What's that you say?
You'd rather stick hot nails in your eyes?
Photo: de Baere House Antiques, Beaufort (down the road from Ararat) - Oct,2008.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Up on Mt Langi Ghiran, under a sheltered ledge on a huge rocky outcrop,
is a wonderful little secret.
A Koori (aboriginal) rock painting.
I was surprised by how moved I was when I saw it.
Photo: Mt Langi Ghiran, Ararat - Nov, 2008.