A light and woolly blog about funny tea cosies and other beautiful knitted things. Sometimes The Naughties get a look in and perhaps The Bloke too.
wow are those kangaroos or wallabees (or are they the same thing?) -- they look awfully exotic at the end of the garden to these Canadian eyes. but perhaps grizzly bears or beavers would look the same to yours... ;)
Wallabies! Not the same. Well spotted. Hmmm. Commonly known as Killer Wallabies to visiting Canadians, responsible for the noises in the night.
Gorgeous pics - the camera works a treat!
Makes me long for summer. It is bright, white and chilly here in New England. No wallabies around... Thank you for this glimpse of another world.
beautiful pictures. that is a handsome rooster standing on the fence.
it works indeed! you lucky aussies...
It looks like you've got a great year coming up Luvvie - all those workshops....and book launches...Caspar's got a new camera too and had some fun with it at GOMA. If you were on MyFace you'd be able to see them....:)
I love the duck! And the mud... nothing more fun to play in than mud with a tractor-thing stuck in it!
It sure does work! The horse portrait is terrific! Watch out for those Killer Wallabies...very savage animals.
Love the half horse head!And of course your amazing blog formatting - thanks for all your help!
You sure live in a beautiful and exotic place! It's no wonder where you get such great inspiration for your fun and colorful tea cosies!
Can I come stay with you? feed your chickens and stuff....
Well grrl+dog, you can come and stay but it's an hour's drive to feed those (other people's) farm animals.Wessy needs the odd can emptied into his plate though.
i'll say the camera works! fabulous, loani! xo (how have i missed these last posts of yours? i thought i was paying attention...)
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