It was around zero this morning when I took this photo. (Nikon D3000)


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Frosty Morn With Sheep


4 thoughts on “Frosty Morn With Sheep

  1. sue says:

    Lamb chops. Well you asked what I was thinking. It’s looking rather dry or is it just the picture. Neighbours (Angela) sister lives up the country and they are desperate for rain. She comes down every couple of weeks and her car is covered in dust. Angela said her sister has 1 minute washes. At home they reuse the clothes washing water, it’s that bad. When you see all the water that runs out to sea it makes you cross. I don’t know why they can’t pipe it to towns in need. They did that years ago
    in S.A. from Mannum to somewhere, I can’t remember where. So it can be done.


    • Frost – it’s green up under the trees up the back. You know, I’ve only just caught on that there is a drought – been ignoring all news media. They have to let a certain amount of that water run out to sea, else the salinity levels skyrocket and the Murray mouth silts up. In Victoria, since the last big drought, we’ve had pipelines built to towns – Ballarat’s storage ran dry – and of course we now have the Desalination Plant that the pollies winge about as a wasted expense. The day will come, though, when Victorians will be glad of it. It annoys me every time Gippsland floods, a lot of that water could be collected if they had another dam or two. Rant over. 🙂


  2. sue says:

    Rant all you want. Even the farmers get penalised if they build an extra dam, ridiculous isn’t it. All flood prone areas should have emergency storage areas that can be bypassed when it is raining but when it gets to flooding should be able to be opened so the water will be shunted to these areas. I think you understand what I mean. Hate it when I see the water gushing out to sea, think there should be lakes along the rivers which can be used recreationally as well as storing water.

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