Category Archive: rural nsw

Dec 29 2012

Full moon rising

It was a full moon last night. This is another one of those times I wish I were a poet, but am glad I’m a photographer. What is there to say about full moons that hasn’t already been said – and said better than I can. So, doing what I do best, here are the …

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Dec 29 2012

Playing with the big boys’ toys

There’s a tractor outside my kitchen window. That means Doc is ‘working’. That’s his euphemism for playing with the big boys toys. We’re building a shed at our house at the farm. Doc has bought so many toys out here that we need somewhere to keep them out of the house. Hence, a shed – …

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Dec 29 2012

Go west young family, and avoid the traffic

We’re back on the farm. And after reading about the traffic heading north (or at least stuck on the Pacific Highway facing north), I’m glad we come this way. Heading west there were very few other cars on the road, and definitely no traffic jams.

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Oct 26 2012

To market, to market – with travel photography

  I’m very excited about selling my photographs on canvasses at some Christmas markets in November and December. While these markets are in NSW, if you do want any photos before Christmas let me know asap and I can get them sent them to you.    

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Oct 20 2012

Back at the farm – and back in the hammock

I’m lying in my hammock looking up at the sun through the blossoms on the pine tree. And watching the air dance with yellow pollen blown on the wind. It’s a spectacular sight, and I wish I was poetic enough to capture it in words. When I’ve got my eyes open that is. We’re back …

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Aug 19 2012

When the fog lifts, it makes way for spring

Spring is definitely on the way, even if the weather doesn’t always feel like it. The seasons seem to be more marked out in the country, perhaps because you’re surrounded by nature. We woke up Saturday morning, the fire in the room had gone out and I was cold. It was early enough for the …

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Aug 18 2012

Running away is not the same as getting away

We were back on the farm last weekend. Usually that’s a good thing. Doc loves going to the farm. It’s where he relaxes and recharges, but this time it was an attempt to run away. I should have known better – because, of course, things didn’t go smoothly! Doc has been going through some shit …

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Jul 22 2012

The Mighty Murrumbidgee … and thousands of white cockatoos

I love this country, in all its moods. When a drought breaks in Australia, it really breaks. Our farm is on the Murrumbidgee, one of Australia’s mighty rivers. It’s even called the Mighty Murrumbidgee. For a number of years it has been just a thin trickle, a shadow of its “Mighty” self. When we drive …

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Jul 21 2012

Starry, starry, night … followed by a blanket of fog

Doc and I took my oldest daughter to the farm with us for the weekend. That’s the oldest child – the one who thinks she was a tomboy growing up and is ‘outdoorsy’ now. How do children have these memories? She went through a phase when she was ten years old where she had a …

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Jun 24 2012

Spring follows winter – and it’s on its way

We’ve passed the winter solstice which means spring is on its way. To bring some winter cheer and remind us that it does come to an end, here are some photos of a trip we took to the Pilliga Scrub in spring when there was a mass of wildflowers. Whoever said that Australian wildflowers are …

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