Why don’t people put in a dog window when they build a high solid fence?
I’m sure there’d be less noisy barking dogs if they could see properly.
At least this pooch was able to see somewhat, and was nice and quiet about it.
Some time ago I came across this book, written by a dog….. well done as if anyway. Gave me lots of laughs, maybe it will appeal to you also.
Well, you simply never know what’s going to happen when you mix cows and a cat…..
…. and then you add in a search on YouTube…..
I’ve always said the animals are my best teachers, it seems others are finally catching on.
Well, enough of all this seriousness, time for fun!
Here’s a selection of the performers from the fundraiser for BlazeAid, that took place on Sunday 2nd Fabruary, 2020. Great music for a great cause.
The raffle was drawn while the music still played! to the great amusement of all.
There is a great deal of wonderful musical talent in this region.
I spent the weekend thoroughly and completely immersed in Port Fairy’s annual Jazz Festival. Took hundreds of photos, and will be going through them properly later. In the meantime, here’s one of the groups performing there. Just loved the fact that ageism does NOT exist when it comes to the world of JAZZ!
As I’m back in South West Victoria again, I’m soaking up with pleasure the music of the region. On Sunday I attended a fundraiser for BlazeAid
It’s one of the few charities I am willing to support, because it’s not government connected, but a true grass roots organisation.
The fundraiser was held at St. Brigid’s at Crossley, Victoria, and musicians and other members of the community donated their time and talents to raise funds for bushfire relief. I’m a frequent visitor to St. Brigid’s when I’m in the area, and love it.
Shane Howard was one of the many who performed in the Hall. More images of other performers will follow at a later time.
John Clarke was a great man. Sadly missed but he inspired others.
“Dance is the hidden language of the soul”
I was driving down a road, and came across this avenue of youngish trees.
Look at me! is what this young tree called out to me……
Reaching up to the sky in joy of freedom, proud to be different.
Thank you young tree, for reminding me of the joy of dance!