As a lone kayaker slices through the mirror surface of Dunns Swam they destroy the perfect reflection of the surrounding sandstone cliffs. The kayakers disturbance of the water slowly flattens and the picture perfect reflection is soon rebuilt. Then wind fractures the reflection and the cycle of destruction and recreation is played out once more.
The good side to the bad weather was, we had some amazing sunsets and the dams were showing some fantastic reflections. The rainbow reflection was just incredible and I have never seen something that looked like it was a huge planet in the sky before.
I was playing around with numbers the other day and discovered that this painting was going to be my 200th painting since I started painting again back in September 2019
I was so excited when I came across a loan tree that I had to stop and photograph it, unfortunately I didn’t see the kangaroo trying to lay in the partial shade of this dead tree. When I closed my car door to keep the cool air inside it must have slammed and startled the roo as it took off.
I was staying at Lightning Ridge in 40deg heat and decided to take a day trip in my air-condition car to see a few of the outback pubs, since visited the other attractions like galleries, opal mines and gift shops.
We spent a few hours walking among some stunning ferns before heading into the depths of the dark tunnel only illuminated by my touch and the twins phones.
While visiting Mary Kathleen last year I came across a free camp that has been the best in Australia so far on my travels.
This was one of the best family holidays I’ve had, we also got plenty of walking in as it’s a 10km hike around the base of Uluru.
I just love the trees in this area, I must have taken 100’s of photos from different angle of various contorted trees, all expressing themselves with dramatic poses.
As I traveled the world looking for happiness, I entered the Rembrandt museum in Amsterdam and purchased an artists palette