Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 4

Day 4 After a truly awful night’s sleep, we were going to get up early to shoot sunrise at Lake Taylor, but the skies did not look promising, so we went back to bed to try to get some more sleep. Eventually, we gave up and after breakfast in town, we left Horsham. Heading via…

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Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 3

Day 3 We woke to grey skies but the rain had mostly stopped, just a few occasional random drops here and there. We made our way over to Sea Lake and the newest of the Silo Art only completed a few weeks ago, as well as some local street art as well. Then onto Lake…

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Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 2

Day 2 We woke to slightly cooler weather and drove back into Nagambie, past Black Caviar (This was the birthplace of the fairly famous Aussie Race Horse, not the food lol). We then drove over to Rochester for more silo art and morning tea. As we left the storm front that had been expected for…

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Monday’s Musings…

November certainly is shaping up to be a super busy month, only 11 days in and it’s back to being a whirlwind. Friday was spent doing errands and cleaning up in the studio and setting up for the two workshops (yes 2!) on Saturday. Jess joined me for a Fantasy Portrait Session, here is just…

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Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 1

We managed to sneak in another long weekend, so we decided to go away for a few days, just the two of us. We have been wanting to see more of the Silo Art trail around Victoria, there have been so many new ones painted in 2019. So we decided to just go for it.…

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Monday Musings…

I decided after yesterday that I think I really am ready to start winding down to the end of the year. December and January I usually take off, no point running classes and workshops, as everyone is busy with Christmas and Summer holidays, which means I can sit back and enjoy them too. I know…

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The Grampians – Day 3

We had a horrendous thunderstorm and lashing rains the night before, quite eerie, we woke to blue skies, even if it was cold and made our way back home to Melbourne. We were entertained by Lemon Tree again as we packed the car, I could not resist a few more photos of him and his…

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The Grampians – Day 2

We rose early and after a quick bite of breakfast in the motel, we drove to Silverband Falls and walked to 1.6km trek. It was a little chilly that early in the morning, but a nice easy walk and some lovely sunshine. It was so quiet and peaceful, we pretty much had the place to…

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The Grampians – Day 1

Still technically tacked onto our South Australian adventure we rose in SA in Bordertown and went back to see the kangaroos, but they were too far away and all settled in, so we gave up and left, crossed the border back into Victoria and headed for Horsham, through yet more barley and canola fields. After…

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Our S.A. coastal adventure – day 9

Day 9 Up early and packed the car, drove back to Penneshaw for the last walk along the coast, before loading the car on the ferry back to Cape Jarvis. Again it was a calm trip across the bay; so sunny and no real breeze. We left Cape Jarvis after disembarking and drove straight to…

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