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a hot and dry autumn

So far autumn—-that is March and April—in southern Australia has been hot and dry with very little rain. It feels unseasonably warm in the sense of the temperatures being above normal. 239 more words

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a tree study

This was one of the last images I made on a poodle walk before the digital SONY NEX-7 went into the camera shop to have its sensor cleaned. 218 more words

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early morning

I have been away on a couple of photo trips without the standard poodles. The last one to the Yorke Peninsula was based on camping out, rather than renting a cabin or house, which is quite expensive. 159 more words

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What is Love

Baby, don’t hurt me! Sorry, I couldn’t help it. When we think of love, often a song or movie will pop into our heads. We may think of our spouse or children, our dogs and cats, or pizza. 448 more words

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Ahoy Mates

Today has been one of brilliant sunshine but a little chilly.  However, we were undeterred by the chill  and decided to take a nice long walk along the Dart Valley Trail. 480 more words

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Pleasant Surprises

Yesterday we intended to take a nice stroll along the Dart Valley Trail. However, that didn’t quite go to plan. As we entered Sandquay Woods, meaning to cut down through Distin’s Boatyard, Jane appeared with Afro & Filo. 251 more words

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After Easter

The Easter crowds from Adelaide have come and gone from the southern coast of Fleurieu Peninsula.

It is now possible to return to walking the foreshore and… 189 more words

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