Sorry for the haphazard photos. Yes the block editor has me going grrrr……Adding multiple photos as individual photos will be the end of especially when it comes to my mo9nthly wrap-up. Oh well it will get easier and I will persevere. I might try to add a song
Where to begin. Do I have more than one pastime? That is an easy one to answer, yes.
Did you know I like to photograph nature? Pop “nature” into the search box on my page and maybe you’ll find a few pictures.
Did you know I like to get into the garden? Try garden and see what comes up.
Did you know I enjoy travelling? Travel in the search box may surprise.
Did you know I like cooking? If you search recipe, try one of mine.
Besides all of these, I really enjoy music. As a lot of my posts contain a song which I think is relevant to the theme of the post, a song could be included. A search will bring up too many posts to even think about. I listen to music while writing, cooking or mucking about with my photos. This is playing now
Here is few photos of my music gleaned from older posts
A few of my CD’s
Part of my vinyl collection – 45’s and LP’s
Lots of music magazines
as well as books
Yes I play guitar
One of my first guitars I bought with the money I earned working in a factory while still at school
The last guitar I bought
Well there you go. That’s a bit about me and my pastimes
The Clarence River, a few kilometers from my place is one of the largest rivers in Australia. When the river floods the amount of water that flows through the countryside is incredible at times five million million liters flows downstream. (one million liters is equal to an Olympic swimming pool).
On Saturday we went for a drive further upstream to a place we haven’t been before for a picnic. Didn’t encounter many people as the gravel road is quite rough but a very picturesque drive through some lovely country, through farms, across many cattle grids and a bit of forest.
Coming down the hill there is the river and the bridge
Signs of the recent flood are evident, a bit of debris on a fence and high in the trees.
Looking upstream at what appears to be calm water and not much of a sign of the flood
Looking downstream the river runs over some rocks and picks up speed. The trees on the front left hand side of the photo would have been under water.
Away from the main channel some side pools still have some water. This pool also had some algae.