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Yesterday we finally got around to hosting a black market at the farm stay, I really enjoyed the morning and the flush of activity with everyone swapping goods and mingling over morning tea, as well as having the opportunity to...

Looking back up to the farm stay with our dorper sheep blending in to the long grass in the foreground. ...

The onions seeding, beautiful simplicity and often found in a vase at ours this time of the year. Alongside carrots, my favourite vegetable to observe and enjoy in seed, so poetic. Contained in these seeds, for me is consciousness, one...

The vegetables are running out the door, actually they are positively bolting. To seed everything goes, the carrots and the beetroots, the brassicas as well, until next time I bid you all farewell! ...

Jessie licking the lens! What a soul we love her so. Five weeks on from survival mode and she is thriving. The bottle feeding will soon come to an end as she ahhmm, moooves on to greener pastures! We will...

As farmers will say, "you've got livestock, you've got deadstock!" and this year we have had a few losses, three of our six lambs didn't make it. One I managed to find almost lifeless bringing it home to warm and...

There are a myriad of signposts that measure growth around me, such as the group of native trees on our front fence line, our first plantings to the exposed paddocks. I can recall planting these out as it was done...

Sometimes it is the small things in life. The many changes and happenings present in a day, like these frogs eggs so prolific along the banks of the lagoon, new life and food for hungry others.Wild orchids underfoot, petite emblems for...

Evidence of colour healing can be found in Ancient Indian, Egyptian, Chinese and Greek civilisations who all worshipped the sun in their own individual and meaningful ways, as the source of all colour the sun was highly revered. As Albert...

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