Sunday, January 24, 2010

In the garden

Well today i have a lot of things i want to do. Get into the garden, do some washing after a day down at the bay catching up with friends and a general tidy up around the house before Australia Day. Aussie Aussie Aussie oye oye oye.....yea i know but i am as Aussie as the next one and i am very proud of that. I find during the holidays with the children at home and friend popping in the house gets messy very easily; but if you keep on top of it, it isn't so bad. Some more photos that Amy has taken i am getting so many that i am going to buy a hard drive to load them all on to because i think i am rapidly running out of room on the computer.
This photo is an old oven we thought one day we may incorporate into a pizza oven......anyway Amy found it and took this photo of it sideways.

An old piece of rope holding a tyre up in the bush that the kids swing from.

The girls in action once again....

A view from down in the valley. I am so pleased with Amy's photography that i think i may do a collage board of all of her shots that i love.


Jenny said...

Just beautiful photos especially I love the last one.

Janine Marshall said...

Hi Amanda,

Again beautiful photo's of Amy's. Especially love the shot of the sheep. I think they are trying to all look so innocent and saying to the lens WHAT!!!! And the last photo is very nice too. Always good to see the house from a different angle. Yes, with the holidays the house can get more messy. Which reminds me I'd better keep going with my housework today. Have a great Australia day tomorrow. (Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi, Oi,Oi)
Take Care

Fabulously French said...

Love the photos. Have a great Australia day.


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