Thursday, 29 July 2010

On gossamer wings

I am spending three days with my older brother in Wauchope.
Be back late on Saturday.

14 comments:

Lois said...

Sweet picture Julie. Have a great time!

lizziviggi said...

You've captured the delicacy and tenderness of the newborn stage so beautifully.

Jayne said...

Beautiful shot.
Have a great time :)

Jayne said...

Beautiful shot.
Have a great time :)

brattcat said...

I cherish each moment you choose to share with us. Thank you. Have safe, good travels.

lewi14 said...

What a touching and symbolic photo. Have a nice time.

Bruce Caspersonn said...

In that case I hope we see some Wauchope photos. We were there last May and like an idiot, took no photos. Except on the road to Walcha.

paul said...

What tenderness, very expressive.

Hilda said...

This is such a beautiful photo, Julie.

Enjoy your time with your family!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Aw shucks, lovely shot. I am also out and about over the next few weeks so won't be visiting as often for a while but sure will catch up when done.

diane said...

So new! Interesting angle.

Clytie said...

So very sweet.

I hope you have a safe trip.

Ann said...

Awww. Absolutely gorgeous.

Sitting in the Communications Centre at Maree in the middle of nowhere killing time to see if the road to William Creek dries out enough to get through. There's so much water out here and we got 10 ml of rain last night. If it doesn't dry out we won't be going much further. So far so good, very interesting. No birdies (surprisingly) except corellas but lots of abandoned buildings, industrial detrius and rust. Lovely stuff. Had the tripod out at dawn and dusk yesterday with some, I hope, good results.

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