Thanks, Eva and Anne (and Ian, for your welcome back). Cheers, Marilyn
Greetings again from Sydney. Marilyn, I think I have completed uploading the St George water harvesting images, sufficient I think to allow Hugh to get a fair appreciation of the environmental engineering, and rural issues. I will try to answer any questions that may arise. My son-in-law is very familiar with the area, so I have a backup.
The beauty in this image of yours is repeated many times over as one enters or leaves the homes of the St George cotton growers, for their wives make their homesteads into beautiful places.
Thanks, Ian. I've passed the information on to Hugh, who has subsequently moved from in front of the television to in front of his computer.
for some reason this reminded me of The Painted Churches of Central Texas---> (where people had 'needed some colour' also...
Nice picture ,warm and cold together ,a beautful contrast ,very well seen.
Thank you, Arthur, for your nice words. And yes, bartowian, many of us need colour, and the churches are wonderful. I'd like to visit them in person.
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