There is an old motor vehicle advertising jingle that listed the things that make us Australian.
Sadly the make of vehicle it was connecting to our culture is no longer made on our sunburnt shores however this is one icon that can never been taken away from us.
A small mob of Kangaroos on a friend’s property recently got a little bit bigger as it four joey’s were expelled from their mothers pouches because they were getting to big to carry.
The canola harvest is just about done in my part of the world and for some it was a slow race to the finish.
The moisture content of the grain is a priority as it affects the overall return the growers receive on their yield.
I only spent a few hours in the paddock with a farming family from Duri NSW but it was an almost nervous wait on the results from the first load of grain to the Werris Creek silos who test the grain quality.
Harvesters are fitted with GPS, load and grain monitoring systems and more however there was some concern for the lack of dust following their big green John Deere which could mean the crop still wasn’t quite ready.
However the incoming clouds threatened to wet the crop more so they pushed on to get as much as they could in.
Can you see three birds in this image?
This beautiful female blue cattledog is a bit sad she was told to get in the back when her master wasn’t going anywhere.
The seasons are in a bit of a battle in my patch of the world at the moment. Winter isn’t quite ready to leave but spring is putting up a good fight. The result is stunning, but a little chilly, sunsets with amazing light that just call me to capture them.