I drove out West last week to do a photo shoot - our destination was Canowindra. I love long drives in the country, especially along euculypt lined narrow roads. I love spotting old corrugated iron sheds drowsing in dry paddocks. I love the huge skies.
Canowindra is a small town with a curving main street. Its verandahs are edged with iron lace and the windows are leadlight. Our two day visit was spent meeting amazing people, passionate about the land and their responsibility to farm it well and carefully.
Today I took the walk I have done a couple of times in the past two weeks, along a cliff path which skirts the Eastern edge of our city. It is unbelievably beautiful and I shared the path with lots of walkers and their dogs. Many commented on what a special day it was for taking photos. They, like me, stood and watched the water spout that formed out to sea. They saw the cliff bathed in gold and the gauzy curtains of rain which drifted across the water.
It is a walk I will take time and time again I am sure.
I want to see a rainbow out there.