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I AM a country girl so it was nice to head out to the Central West of NSW and spend some time freezing my butt off. I wrestled my way in...





I AM a country girl so it was nice to head out to the Central West of NSW and spend some time freezing my butt off. I wrestled my way into my quilted jacket and donned gloves and a woollen beret to chase stories and light. The light didn’t disappoint and I am pretty happy with the 200-odd pictures I took. You’ll see more of those later, much later, when (I hope) they appear in print. In the meantime here are a few outtakes: the afternoon light on interesting brickwork; the typography of the “public bar” sign; an oil bar heater and lovely, worn rug from where I was staying; and, the trip back home through the first falls of snow. I wish I’d pulled over and taken pictures of flowering wattle branches heavy with snow. I’m a bit of a nervous Nelly on wet roads though.

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  1. Aww looks like a great time - even with the wetness. Always good to get some country air!

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  2. Dear Country girls Miss Katie Crackernuts:) he he:)
    You've won the lil' giveaway on my blog. Please let me know where to send the book:) XO helen:)

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  3. It looks like you had a great trip:) And I really like that patterned rug.

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  4. looks freezing!! love that rug too...and the building is great!

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  5. The public bar looks so enticing... actually I shouldn't laugh, you probably were not too far from where I live.

    Are yor photos being printed in df?
    xx

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