Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Well, that was different.

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Well, that was different. Headed into central Victoria for a few days away. In a last minute decision, Cosmo came along too. The country side was fairly brown. This is not unexpected at this time of year but the dams and creeks were all dry, too. We came across the tree above and at first glance it just looked like a tree in a paddock.

Then we realised that the shadow was watching us.


It was great to visit the countryside but nice to get back to my own bed too.

More pictures tomorrow.
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18 comments:

  1. A shadow of newly shorn sheep? Love it!

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  2. Poor sheep, they look like they're doing it tough without much water and no green pastures; that shade must be a blessing for them. ♥

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  3. Looks a lot like around here. Dry, sere, flat, and few trees.

    Feels like home. {*grin*}

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  4. A"live" shadow! :) Cool one!
    welcome back!!

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  5. I reckon that tree might be even better than me at rounding up sheep.

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  6. Glad you guys had a good time!

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  7. I've heard of 150GB of RAM, but I didn't know there were 150 heads of SHEEP!
    oh well...I'll work on that joke (yeah...I'm sure there's one in there, somewhere!) tonight after dinner.

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  8. A relative of a friend sent us some pics of koalas, which are apparently migrating into the towns and cities to drink from swimming pools.

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  9. Henry the Dog's Mum12 March 2009 at 05:58

    This is soooo frustrating. I can't see any of the images on your blog. This stupid, stupid hotel. I'll have to have a look tomorrow when I'm in the office, but I didn't want to 'lurk'. Haven't had time to read my favourite blogs and wanted to do some 'catch up'. xx

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  10. Wonderful picture, but it does look terribly dry and parched.

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  11. Just be grateful it wasn't a herd of the deadly vampire sheep who drink your blood because of the water content...

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  12. Now the sheeps must be wary about the two (?) guys suddenly intruding their peace..LOL.

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  13. Yes Hliza, women and children left at home.

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  14. well, after seeing them for a bit (I made the picture on the bottom a wallpaper) I noticed they've already seen the tax man.

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  15. sneaky shadow! loved these pics.

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