Friday, February 25, 2011

Walking this morning

I love making these collages of our walks, I can get a lot more in and I take lots of photos.
We saw a lot of birds this morning, two Ibis, a Murray Magpie, and two blue herons having an argument about whose patch this was.
A very small very dead shark, some mussels not many left I am afraid as people tend to collect them (illegallu) and the remains of a sea urchin in a pool of water. The tide was very low and it was very quiet and quite calm considering the amount of rough weather we have had. There were reflections of the Bluff and of Norfolk Island pines in the water by the reef. The sailing boat is still anchored in the bay.
Some how I lost the little leather cover for my camera so I have been busy making another one, as well as a spinach and cheese pie for dinner and I have stewed up the last of the lovely Lord Nelson apples.
My friend P is coming to stay for a day or so, as it is the wooden boat festival over at Goolwa over the week end. We plan to go tomorrow.
The house is as clean as it is going to get and I feel a little more relaxed than I did this morning, although the weather is still and humid and if it wasnt overcast would be very hot, as it is, its not too bad so long as I dont have to do too much.
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ArtPropelled said...

Looking at your photo mosaic, I'm whisked across the sea to Australia and feel as if I am accompanying you on your walk. The mosaic is a very good idea! A nip in the air early in the morning and at night, here. I can now feel Autumn is near even though we will have many hot days yet.

Suztats said...

Lovely pics! My lake is still under a thick layer of ice as we edge closer to winter's end. It's nice to see pics of the birds, water, sand. I'm dreaming of summer.