I was charmed by this simplest of water features: a tiny spout trickled water from the lower stone arch, falling into the smallish pond below.
Panasonic Lumix DMC GX7 with 20mm f1.7 lens, shot with in-camera “dynamic monochrome” filter and mildly edited with Snapseed app.
To my eye, the shape of the finial crowning the roof gable imitates the firm of the upwardly-straining rose buds, growing from a plant unlikely to be as old as the building itself.
Shot with Fujifilm X30, border added with Snapseed app.
Narrapumelap Homestead was open this Easter, drawing visitors from all around. The first hint of the marvels that lie beyond is the handsome pair of ornately wrought gates, featuring a central “W”. What you can’t see from the first picture is the sheep’s head that balances at each top corner that meets in the middle:
This Easter long weekend has included a couple of trips to the farm to check sheep. One of the younger dogs wasn’t handled much before being re-homed, so is quite wary of contact with people, dodging out of my way when I reach to pat the pack. Even taking a photo of her is tricky, hence this blurry image that makes me think of a shadowy spirit slipping by at the periphery.
After browsing the stalls at the annual Easter Saturday market in nearby Balmoral, I sat for a while beside the street, watching the passers-by.
Taken with my Fujifilm X30 with Black and White (Red) filter, then mildly edited with Snapseed app.