I caught someone in the act today devouring this juicy mango. A perfect opportunity for a quick snap shot.
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I’m not going to say too much about this picture as I will let the mystery of the image stir your imagination.
I’m not sure the rider intended getting quite as spectacularly thrown off as shown here.
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Found this on a wall in Lake Grace. I would be interested if anyone can work out what it is made up of.
During a brief stop on the way to Coles for shopping tonight Rebekah couldn’t stay awake any longer. Kindy + Ballet – Afternoon Nap = Energy Expired.
These bins are the local grain storage point for the farmers during harvest time from where the grain is then transported by railway. I am trying to locate additional information about the storage capacity and annual tonnes received here which I will post here when I find out.
I had some work in Wagin today and was parked under a tree having lunch when I was inspired to take a photo of this old hotel.
Some history about the building from the WA Heritage Council Website:
Moran’s Wagin Hotel was built for James Spratt, who ran it from 1904 until 1929, and who also built the original hotel on the site in 1889, and the family of his niece, Bertha Moran, who lived and worked at the place most of their lives from 1921 to 2002.
Moran’s Wagin Hotel is associated with hotelier James Moran, who was credited as being Australia’s longest continuous hotel licensee at his death in 1967…
Whilst out walking near dusk I noticed this tree that had been heavily pruned. With a bit of imagination you can see a face in the trunk.