2021 Outback Adventure – Part 4

Day 4 – St Arnaud > Sea Lake After breakfast, we hit the open road. As we had previously already done the remaining Silo Art in the area we decided to head over to Boort, to see the Spanner Man. Sadly it was closed and is now only open by appointment, so maybe one day…

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Share your world – 1st June 2021

I’ve been a little M.I.A the last few weeks, as we were travelling. But that has now come to a swift, but hopefully, short end. We are back in lockdown…No.4! Can’t believe we’re here again. So frustrating. I had so much planned for last weekend and this week and I had to cancel/postpone all of…

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2021 Outback Adventure – Part 3

Day 3 Bendigo > St Arnaud We allowed ourselves a small sleep in and then went back to the Shamrock Hotel for a nice hot cooked breakfast. Which was such a shame, as it was really awful, cold and they stuffed our orders up and we waited over an hour for them! Now a little…

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Monday’s Musings (Rant)…

Oh Man! Seriously we are back in lockdown again for the fourth time! Sorry but I need to rant, if you don’t want to read, I totally get it. Rant starts… I know we have to do it, but we shouldn’t need to. Some poor guy in South Australian actually caught C19 in quarantine! He…

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2021 Outback Adventure – Part 2

Day 2 – Dalesford > Bendigo After breakfast we drove back to St Georges Lake, sadly it was raining, again, and really cold. We then headed out to Jubilee Lake near Daylesford and found a really cool old bridge. By this stage it had stopped raining and was actually starting to warm up a bit.…

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2021 Outback Adventure – Part 1

We did a similar outback adventure a few years ago, we had so much fun and saw so much of our fabulous country, it was good to hit the road again…2227 kms worth of it! We took a slightly different route and visited some areas not seen before and some that are now familiar sights.…

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Mothers Day flowers – Red Tulips

Every year my daughters buy me flowers for Mother’s Day, but the last few years they have made sure they have been quite photogenic ones. They are not fancy or expensive, but the fact that they think about what I might also like to photograph is especially nice. I also had a little help in…

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Autumn Workshops – Macro in the gardens

Even though I had visited Cloudehill recently and I often do, at least 3-4 times a year, maybe even more. I still went back a few days later. You see I had a workshop planned a few weeks back, which was postponed several times due to poor weather. I was a bit worried about postponing…

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Monday’s Musings…

Hello there…I have been MIA for a bit, but now I’m back. I scheduled content so you may not have even missed me! Where have I been? We had another Outback adventure, Hubby & I and 14 photography friends. As per usual, we left a little early to do some scouting ahead. We then met…

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In the studio – meet Braxton

About a month ago I shared some images of the gorgeous Jess 36 weeks pregnant, well she had a little boy and I recently had the honour of doing his first portraits at 4 weeks old. I also got cuddles!!!!!!!!!!!!! Awe so cute. So here he is young Mr Braxton. I don’t normally shoot new-borns,…

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