Thursday, July 24, 2008

The natives were calling me . . .

It's amazing how far away those holidays feel now I am back in the busy world of school.
The good thing about my job though, is that they will give me some more -
This place is Kennett River - a tiny little gathering of houses along the Great Ocean Road. I snuck a couple of days peace here with some friends, and mainly just enjoyed the views - it was very relaxing. I was struck by the beauty of the natives.



14 comments:

nicolette said...

Wow, stunning natural pictures!!

Jenny said...

Thanks goodness they give us more Annie!It looks like a stunning place where you stayed. Lovely wildflower photos that you spotted. I know what you mean about school being busy!Whew!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Your flower photos are beautiful!

Muddling Through said...

I love your photographs. You have a real feel for the flowers. Are those really as small as I think?

Janette said...

beautiful pictures Annie!!

trashalou said...

Flowering gum is my favourite - the gums here never seem to flower.

Melanie said...

What beautiful flowers. Love the landscapes too. I'm still putting up the pics from a snap-happy session in the park the other day- one more to go. Isn't it amazing how looking through a lense can make you really look at something?

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

It looks lovely Annie! Lucy x

Jean said...

Your pic's are wonderful! I've never seen a lot of these flowers.
Lucky you! You need to put together a book, if not to sell at least for yourself!
DJCogdill@msn.com

picciolo said...

what beautiful pictures, the colours are gorgeous
: )

Sandi said...

What beautiful photos, Annie.

Cathy said...

I love the great ocean road - we go to Wye River alot just gorgeous.

Your photos are inspiring - I just love them - thanks for sharing them.

Hope those grade oners are behaving themselves for you !

upstateLisa said...

Just out-of-this-world photos!!!

Stina said...

And more wonderful pictures......love them...and the selvedge quilt...what a fantastic quilt and idea...love it!