I’m loving working in the city again. Many lunchtimes I go for a walk and take some photos – here are some I’ve taken.
In the outskirts of Ballandean, a small town about 3 hours south west of Brisbane, Australia, lies a paddock. The thing that differentiates this paddock from every other paddock in the area is its unlikely contents: a 30 x 30 metre square and 18 metre high pyramid built with 9000 tonnes of rock. There’s no sign (except ‘no trespassing’), no explanation, and nothing surrounds it. It’s unlikely and unexpected.
To share something is to risk losing it.
The truth is, if we hoard and hide what we love, we can still lose it, only then we’re alone in the loss.
We recently visited Sydney and about half-way between our accommodation and the nearby playground was a waterless water feature the boys couldn’t resist running through every time. I loved all the lines.
The first thing to comes to mind when I think of prolific is the collection of barrel cacti at The Huntington Gardens in Los Angeles. My happy place 😊
I’d rather be four years old again:
This week’s photo challenge.
On Saturday morning I had plans to climb Flinder’s Peak, but it was too wet, so I took some photos of some cows instead 🐄
A beautiful spring day
Found in Portland, Oregon. Quote by Andrew Murphy.
Yesterday we visited Wellington Point, about 30 minutes drive from Brisbane, for a family picnic. Just north of Wellington Point sits a small island known as ‘Yerra-bin’ or King Island. During a low tide you can walk across the sand bar to the island. Fortunately the tide was low and we walked over and back in time for a play at the playground and a cup of tea using our new family sized Thermos.