Category Archive: Writings on the Land

Wintertime Reaping

We have experienced our rattling perennial August winds here at the farm for the last couple of weeks. At times it’s been difficult to be outside in it, especially as we have the… Continue reading

Preparing for Winter Solstice

I went for a small ramble this afternoon with the intention of eventually going to the elderly old pine tree on this property. I wanted to remove some pinion resin from its generous… Continue reading

Bones, Stones & Fog

Just 12 days out from the longest night and the shortest day, Mid-Winter, Yule approaches. Waves roll in of fog, faerie webs, and dew drops. It’s the weaving time, before the sun is… Continue reading

Deepest Autumn Blessings for the New Year

The afternoon shadows call to me, they stretch out across the lawn and the paddocks before me. I hear a frog behind me; the breeze is gently blowing from the south-east. Afternoons like… Continue reading

Sunday Morning Walking Words

Glistening webs suspended at thigh height by the weeds of paspalum swaying with the morning’s gentleness. illuminated by the mist and the droplets left by the vital principal of air, there you sit… Continue reading

Nightfall Magick

When you live in a place where there are no streetlights, the length of the sunsets, and the rays of the moonrise are lights that dance on every fibre of your being, Nature… Continue reading

Daily Photographic Study of the Australian Native Top Notch Pigeon

If you are interested I am going to post photo’s daily to this blog page for the next 3 weeks from hatching to leaving the nest, feel free to share this amazing journey… Continue reading

And the sun sets on a sunburnt country

Today the state I live in in New South Wales Australia, broke all records kept on file for the hottest day ever, today it reached over 45 degrees in many parts. Smoke was… Continue reading

Sunrise on a sunburnt county

It’s expected to reach 43 degrees here today, the earth is already dry and crunchy under foot, as the state prepares for another day of the unknown acts of Nature, may all be safe today!… Continue reading