Category Archive: Writings on the Land

Wattle Day

Happy Wattle Day Folks…as winter lays down behind us and we skip towards the stirrings of spring, blossoms bursting forth, saps are swirling, and our beings respond, it’s time for you to burst… Continue reading

The Rain will Come….

The Farmer

Have you ever had the misfortune and the grief of watching someone die of cancer? You stand by knowing there is nothing you can do, except watch as they waste away in front… Continue reading

Bowerbird Dreaming

The most beautiful sounds are coming from the other side of my office window this morning and through yesterday’s afternoon, a female Bowerbird has decided to build a nest right there, feeling very… Continue reading

Kookaburra Dreaming

A Series of photos taken this morning here at the farm of a Female Laughing Kookaburra. I noticed that she appears to have quite yellowed feet. I feed a family of 7 Kookaburras… Continue reading

Morning Gift

Native Callistemon – Bottlebrush – belonging to the Myrtaceae family. Morning light captures the beauty of the callistemon flower needles with dew drops. These flowers when added to water mildly sweeten the water, and… Continue reading

Autumn’s Remembrance Capture

Anzac Day rainstorm, weighs down opening African Daisy, a reflection on a day of sacrifice and service. Water holds deep emotion. We will remember them.

Approaching Samhain

A seed planted in the dark, will make its way towards the light, just as in my Tradition we have concept of everything beginning in darkness, and working its way towards the light.

Water

Such a joy to wake up to full tanks, dams filling up, and the sound of squelch squelch under your gumboots, and the land sighs and moans with the ecstacy of fertility that… Continue reading