I'm loving my garden this year! It's giving me some beauties!! Sent via Adobe Photoshop Express (App Store | Google Play Store | Windows Store)
Friday, 17 October 2014
Wednesday, 20 August 2014
Early last month, we went fossicking for bits of metal around this old truck that's out in the paddock.
It's a lovely old truck, full of character. It would be fantastic if we could get someone to restore it, but I fear it is too far gone!
There's an old Pepper tree that makes a lovely silhouette.
Daughter's shot on the old 400D camera! I worked on it a little in Lightroom, nice colours!
Daughter's shot of the grass, I worked on this one too.
She has a very artistic eye!
Monday, 21 July 2014
We've never seen pigs on our place.
Only a couple in the last 12 months.
But now they've been slowly increasing and we've been inundated in the last week.
Three separate mobs in the last 4 days.
We got the majority of one mob on Friday night, leaving only 2 piglets who got away.
Then we found this mob on Sunday afternoon when we didn't have anything to dispatch them with.
I could only shoot with my camera.
The little piglets were pretty cute.
We gave chase,
and then tried to do I don't know what on foot.
Husband was charged by this old sow.
I was charged by her too and screamed and promptly ran and got back in the ute!
Henry was in the ute driving, squealing with laughter!
We felt a bit sorry for her as she seems to be missing her rear right trotter.
We wonder how she lost it, quite possibly another pig ate it off. yuk!
We went looking for them again this afternoon and only managed to find yet another new lot!
They were too far away to shoot. There was the most ginormous boar I've ever seen.
Good god I feel like I'm surrounded by the pigs from the book/movie Hannibal!
I just hope there's no pig pit that I can fall into!!!!
They terrify me!
Thursday, 17 July 2014
It's that time of year.
We've got some babies arriving.
I went for a drive to take photos of an old truck and got a surprise at the calves being on the ground, we thought they might have been ready next month.
This girl looks like a balloon about to pop!
I spotted these 2 in the distance.
Their mummas weren't far away.
I think they were happy to keep their babies a bit hidden.
Others are getting huge big bags of milk.
With some blowing teats (look closely at the bag below)
They're constant feeders.
I've counted 6 now.
There may be more hidden in the long grass by their mummas.
They're pretty darn cute!
ps. I am now the parent of a p plater! eek!