We went for a good walk the other day and I took my camera along. I'm so used to having it in my hand all the time that it feels strange to be without it! It was a lovely Winters day and we headed off from home with the magpies singing. We saw a flock of sulphur crested cockatoos. So destructive they are.... look at what they've done to the branches of the dead tree they're sitting in.
We also took the new car for a drive on the weekend. I took a few photos of the roadside views and one of the road itself. This is one of the roads into Bendigo. We drove 20 minutes without seeing another car. Such a contrast to the UK traffic.
And, yesterday's drive to work on the highway at 8.30am. No traffic here! It's an easy drive on wide sweeping roads. It takes me 40 minutes to drive the 60 kilometres (37 miles).
Today was a totally different day. It was foggy when I left home and it was even thicker at the office. I went out during my lunch break for a walk and got a shock at how bitterly cold it was! The fog was still heavy and it was only 6 degrees!! On the way home it was prematurely dark and the driving was hard work with visibility so limited. What a cold, damp, pea-soupy day it was.