Well, I haven’t posted in a couple of weeks. But maybe I’ll get back into a rhythm now.
I had a nice Easter weekend which was a blend of old and new traditions. Including family, food, drink, and nature. Oh and some solid driving practice.
Placement finished last Friday. I’m truly thankful for the experience.
Now I have no uni for two weeks, to refresh and reflect.
Here are some of the things I’ve been getting up to lately:
Captioning these images doesn’t appear to be working on my mobile, so here are some descriptions:
A horse and ferns spotted on a bushwalk; the board describing of the trail we used; a disused rail bridge with and without a makeshift light filter (person’s hand sufficed). The over-bright shot made me think of the idea of a “voice from the heavens”.
Next are ducks and their lake; then a dinner – chicken drumsticks, boiled potato and veggies; followed by a shot of birds (lorikeets I think) in the flowering shrubs.
A menu from the Abbey Road café in St Kilda; a shot of the water there; and a view of Melbourne city as we went back over a bridge on Punt Road.
A salad I made for a lunch get together yesterday (cherry tomatoes, carrot, capsicum, cooked kale, with couscous); two crimson rosellas in ferns munching; a shot of some level crossing removal works happening near me; followed by indigenous flora in a nature preserve.
Finally, two birds having an argument on my window; before chicken schnitzel, noodles and steamed veggies for dinner.
Have a pleasant evening, all.