Monthly Archives: March 2014

Swimming in Milk

This morning I found this lovely green frog swimming in one of the poddy calf feeders. I was just about to put the teat in Paddy’s mouth when I saw a dark shape moving around inside the bottle. I took … Continue reading

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Aboriginal axe

The recent drought laid the whole property bare.  I thought we’d find some horseshoes on the ground. But instead my brother found this. Above the dam on Native Dog. It’s the first Aboriginal tool we’ve found here. It doesn’t look … Continue reading

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Jacky dragon

I hear her more often than I see her. This pretty little Jacky dragon who lives in the garden at the side of my house, near my clothes line. When I go to hang out the washing she usually dives … Continue reading

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Dogs on the Backs of Utes 14

Early January, Daylesford in Victoria.

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