For the first time in 4 years I bought a Christmas tree - tiny thing in a pot. I was promised it would grow up to 1.5 m (in the next 30 years). I also cleaned the dust from reindeer Rudolph, who was hanging on the wall from last December (somewhere in mid July, I understood that there was no reason to take it off 😅). Do you buy a Christmas tree? Have you got one already?//Впервые за 4 года купила ёлку - крошечную голубую ель в кадке. Говорят, она может вымахать до 1.5м (за 30 лет). Наконец смахнула пыль с оленя Рудольфа, который год провисел на стене (в июле я поняла что пересекла точку безвозвратности, и уже нет смысла снимать новогодние украшения). А вы уже елочку купили, квартиры нарядили?
Big cheers to @susan.polsen for sharing this top shot.
"After the storm.
Was a spectacular drive home Friday afternoon. This old shed is a favorite for photographers..been like this for many years..held up by the tree I think...lol..😁"
Today is my first day of freedom! 🙌🏻🍃🤙🏼
Yesterday, I finished up my last day at work, & even though the team was great and I had so much support for what I wanted to do (and got lovely farewell gifts) being in sales working for a major company is just not for me 🙅🏻 Now, I feel like this little flowing river, my opportunities are endless and I'm ready to head off to Europe ✈️
The Grotto is part of our Water Garden where you can chase waterfalls everyday! @vanessa_ford did 📸
WE HAVE a GREAT art exhibition opening at the Yamba Museum today at 2pm.... art ranges from traditional, sculpture, contemporary, photography and vocalists .... thanks to Grace Thorley for this amazing HSC piece it is only a fraction of what it looks like 💓💯💫 Clarence River Women of Art 🙌🏻 @gracethorley
"Swimming In Circles" - @stumcandrewphoto
EOS 1D Mark IV with a EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens
ISO 320 | f/7.1 | 1/1000"
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