It’s been a beaut season for growing grass. When looking across the farmland next door, one can hardly see the cows!

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Agricultural, cows

Belly-deep

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The countryside in our part of the world is very dry as we approach the end of Summer. The bit of rain we had over the last couple of days has settled some dust, but that’s about all. It feels like Autumn already. I haven’t had the camera out for days, but this morning when I checked the garden, I spotted some thornbills. They proved elusive, so I settled for scenery. The cows looked lovely and peaceful, soaking up the morning sunshine.

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I didn’t notice the kangaroo in the background until I uploaded the SD card to my laptop.

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Tomorrow, Mr R. and I begin our next camper-trailer adventure. Our final destination is beyond Adelaide, South Australia, to the ‘Copper Triangle’ formed by three towns settled by Cornish miners, including my husbands ancestors. Neither of us have visited that part of Australia before.

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Cows ‘n Kangaroo

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The neighbour’s cows were in a different paddock this morning, and near the fence.

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The dog living at the home opposite where they were standing set up a persistent bark as I, my Nikon D3000, and my little dog walked down the lane to them.

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AS they took off, I decided they thought someone was bringing them hay up in the other paddock. They lumbered along at a fast pace.

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If I had stuck around, I might have noticed the kangaroo lounging on on the other side of  the old railway embankment. (below)

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I’m pretty sure the ‘roo would have jumped to his feet, to see what the cows were about.

Thanks for looking.

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Cows

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