We had to drive down to Town to buy food, see people, sheep or cows. The trees are alive and the creatures that share it all with us are very generous! Can you imagine? Oh, everything antique in the house, around the house amused visitors such as a kitchen, an attic bedroom, a loo, furniture, coal irons, oil lamps, a white tin pail bucket etc, etc, Hail the builders' frontier spirit!
Here, a kitchen has a very old fashioned atmosphere I've loved. What would you like to cook for dinner?
I've also learned how much important water is in bush. We tried to save it as much as possible. Rain water was quite tasty.
Come in, Friends!
In bush walking, the friends said, "Wombats put (their pulled down) trees over their holes and cover it." Oh, I see. But trees were too big and too clear. I said, "Well, in my eyes, it's more like showing off their house number plates, not cover-up!" We giggled!
When a night came, so many stars came up. Those dark starry skies were incredible. Interestingly, when the bright moon rose, the stars lost shining and the dark sky got brighter.
Then, a chimney was so pleasant in eye and for heart. Come closer and make yourself at home. Relax! (*Under a lamp, in the nearly darkness, I made this image! But an enhanced value worked well. Hurray!)
Ann James is so glad to know this experience has enriched my images. Great inspirations for illustration!! Friends, go to the "bush" and sketch anything that interests you!
Although this Easter holiday was marvelous, please give my hands more blog holiday leave. Thank you for your kind understanding.
Friends, Happy Painting!