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Sunset and moonrise

Coming back from the grove of trees today I saw the full moon rising. Beautiful.

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Grover

I was in Auburn again today – beautiful autumn weather and a good time with dad once more. I have been thinking for some time of doing a post on a stand of trees that was a regular meeting point … Continue reading

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Thinking of my mum

It was ten years this week since my mother died. I went up to Auburn, on the 18th, and had a really happy time with dad, and also spoke with all my siblings and with various other Auburn pals during … Continue reading

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Mama’s crocuses

I am in Auburn this week, and have noticed these modest little flowers blooming all over the place. In particular there are lots of yellow crocuses across the road from our place. They were planted by my grandparents, who lived … Continue reading

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Making biscuits

Up at Auburn again this weekend, and did the usual cooking for dad. Apart from the regular stuff, I decided to try making Anzac biscuits as he often mentions them as a favourite that his mum used to make. We … Continue reading

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Two galahs, evening, the last sunset

As a last reflection on 2017, here are some pictures I took in Auburn, mostly on the last night of the year, of the beautiful evening and the sunset from the top of the hill (a place I have photographed … Continue reading

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Harvest time (and Hamley Bridge)

I was up at Auburn today, and driving back particularly noticed that wheat is being harvested. Big machines reaping in twilight paddocks, the dust like mist across valleys. It is very beautiful at this time of year. The light can … Continue reading

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