April 13, 2012


Reading my blog recently I don't think you would even know I live on a farm.  Farmwise we are actually very busy getting ready for seeding.  The "getting ready" stage is not super exciting though and photos of backpackers getting off buses, quarters being cleaned and tractors being serviced don't make for a thrilling blog post.

Just to remind you though, I thought I would pop up these photos that I took yesterday morning from the verandah.

There is something special about being able to step outside in the early morning and let the peace just seep into you.


Looking South East
Take care.


Lisa @ Blithe Moments said...

Must have been a good sunrise right across the country, I posted sunrise pictures today too! I just love looking at all your wide open spaces.

**Anne** said...

Your photos remind me so much of where I grew up in W.A. Sunrise is such a gorgeous time of the day. Thanks for sharing.
Anne xx

Anne said...

What a fabulous view you have.

Debra said...

Oh sweetheart, you have no idea. People really need to see how their food is made. Whether it is backpackers off a bus or a tractor being serviced or quarters being cleaned - people need to know how their Canola gets into the bottle to pour into the pan.
They just go down to the supermarket and buy 1L of oil but they have no idea how it gets there or how many seeds have to be planted, grown, picked, transported, squished to get just 1L. This really bugs me. Anybody who complains about the price of ..... (whatever) should try growing it or making it themselves. Most People really have NO idea how our food arrives on the shelves of the supermarket. Show them anything that you can. Even if it's taking 7 hours to replace a shaft in a dif to get a tractor going (sorry, this is my example - you will have a million of your own).

The sunrises have been amazing at the moment. And there is definitely something special about being able to step outside and look at the beginning day.
(I'll get off my soap box now)

Penny's Portraits said...

Love the photos, they always make me smile :)

deux chiens et un garcon said...

I can feel the serenity. I hope that break is coming soon for you.

Have to say I am pretty interested in the details.


Niki Jackson said...

What a beautiful view you have! Glad to have found your blog. Blessings Niki x

Andrea said...

Deb, I'm with you! I would actually love to see farm life stuff ... Backpackers,tractors, harvesters and whatever else. So little is documented of the workings of Aussie farms. I don't think ' mcleods daughters' or 'farmer wants a wife' really cut it.