Beautiful flower shot!!
• Excellent image very well edited by you. I Like it a lot.
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found it all completely by accident FS. Stopped to photograph the old inn and newer bridge, and kind of stumbled across it. The photos of the old pub were a wash-out with a terrible winter sky and light making them look flat. Bin-job. Anyway spider's pics of the building are fine.
Thanks be there were no dead roos in the area, but I didn't sample the seat.
We have rellies on the land, visited that day and plumb forgot to ask, particularly as those bi-coloured ones seem to be flavour of the month with sheep farmers. I'll try to find out.
I'll take a pair of wellies with me next time Lex, maybe get to sell a cover shot to said mag ;]]]]]] Shhh, there's ladies present...and maybe Kiwis too. We might get the boot for this..oops there I go again...
Many thanks to you good folks. The old bridge is just behind the foliage you can see upstream..which is why we'd never spotted it from the road. There's a picnic bench and small park on the western side of this bridge if you're ever up that way with a cut lunch.
Thank you both kindly folks. Do you know, we've driven past this little number umpteen times..and didn't even know it was there until this day..
Eva, thank you kindly. Thanks for visiting and best wishes, Jock.
Hi Hans-Georg. I must apologise, as I accidentally deleted your post on another photo. Thank you for the kind comments and Lk. Your visit is much appreciated. Best regards, Jock.
These bi-coloured sheep are popping up everywhere now Caroline. Must be the new thing in fat lambs. The country nearby is tuart woodland. Probably some coastal-plain jarrah and marri too, but a lot cleared for stock and a huge market garden nearby. This spot is not far from the Moore River, just a few kays upstream from Guilderton.
It's coming , tomorrow hopefully!.. :-))