Central is old school and full of honesty stalls which I love- Peonies, fruit, horse poo and I think we have some little soaps in this set up here in Ophir.
George dries off after first Paddling Pool experience in 35 degree Naseby heat. Is it even a paddling pool if you don't use a blue plastic shell?
After numerous suck up attempts holding a handful of useless grass and making those clicking noises that you make with your mouth that you think are universal "horse noises", I managed to get this boy to come up for a portrait session....love his permanently askew ears and positive attitude
George finally getting into his Tummy time without lying around complaining in a pool of drool/spill! Rewarding this show of strength with some chill time in the hammock
Perhaps a focus on the eyes would have been more appropriate here, but I'm kind of digging the detail on those nose hairs hehe. Also, only had this boys attention for approx 40 seconds so time was of the essence!
So many Summers and Christmas times spent in this area, and I FINALLY take some decent photos of the area. Open,amazing, earthy tones, just love it here.
Loving the play of light and dark here, heading down the hill to Ophir
Can someone just paint this landscape already - might have to email this one to Graeme Sydney and get him on to it.
Downtime with Grandma in the hammock.
Did I mention that our friendly neighbourhood donkeys live in this paddock with extremely photogenic rundown vintage caravan?