Finally the winter has come and gone. I have noticed on my way to and from work that the native flora is flowering. Living in a relatively arid part of the country it is absolutely amazing how colourful the landscape can be. I’ve also noticed many emus out and about. In fact on average at the moment I would see double, sometimes triple the number of emus to kangaroos. Although I am petrified if emus get up too close to me, I can’t help but admire their beauty (at a distance).
As promised, I am putting up a few photos that I have taken since living in Morgan. The first is a visual marker that you see coming in from Renmark on the Goyder Highway. For those who have missed his guest appearances, Diesel says g’day as well.
One thing I have really enjoyed while living in Morgan is for some reason we seem to get the most stunning rainbows. Here is a photo of one I took from our back door…
I’ve actually enjoyed partaking in a little photography since living here. I’ve always enjoyed photography but up this way you are never short of subjects. I have even taken part in the ABC Open “Snapped” Project. My first photo has been published and is titled “Two Circles in the Sky“. I plan on contributing to more projects in the future.
So back to the first day of spring! Our first day of spring up here in the Riverland has seen the temperature drop and rain. No one up here though dare complains about getting rain.
I always think of spring being synonymous with spring cleaning. I have allowed my house to get a little cluttered since moving. I know we are living in a smaller house but it has made me think whether we really need all this extra stuff. Some of the stuff hasn’t seen the light of day since we moved and that has been well over six months now. So in saying that I have decided to take the 30 Day De-Clutter Challenge and what a better day to start than the first day of spring. Now I have to be strong!!!
I got a bit of a head start yesterday with the fridge. Bin collection day today and a funky science experiment breeding meant a clean out was not optional. However I think the freezers will need a little TLC. Wonder what will be discovered???