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Published: March 28th 2010
Old Shearing Shed
Next to beaches and trees, I do like photographing old sheds
We had such a nice stay with sister Barbara. We also visited her daughter Kath and her family who live not too far away.
Today we left Canberra and drove to Bungendore. Bungendore is a small town but has some nice shops - our favourite is the wood working shop which contains beautiful art pieces from tables and chairs, chests, etc to small boxes and such in all sorts of beautiful wood. Most are expensive but it's obvious that a lot of love and time has been put into each piece.
We didn't stop at the next town, Braidwood, but kept on down the very very steep mountain. Once more my camera was very busy as I photographed the lovely trees and burrawangs underneath, as well as the beautiful farmland we passed.
So now we are once more at Burrill Lake, watching the sun set over the lake, after the nightly show of the many hundreds of lorrikeets making cicles in the sky before being fed here, then settling noisily in the trees for the night. Tomorrow we'll be home.
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