The small local community of Cornishtown lies 8km East of Rutherglen. It's only major landmarks being the fire station and the quirky quaint community hall. Once a month in seasonal weather an improvised cloth screen is attached to the outside of the hall and family friendly film nights are run.
Set on a rise amongst golden stubble crops the locals gather with deck chairs, snags, chops and a plate to share (BYO everything). The cicadas remind you of the time of year and hungry bats after insects attracted by the light cast silhouettes across the screen. On the horizon is the glowing lights of Albury/Wodonga and above is an uninterrupted panoramic view of the universe complete with shooting stars.
Published 11 Jan 2016. Cornishtown VIC 3683
Published 07 Sep 2016. Broken Hill NSW 2880
I happened across this young chick sitting very patiently high in the hollow of a dead tree and decided to wait hoping for a better image when Mum or Dad returned home with food. Two hours later I packed up and came home...there's always another day isn't there?
About to have a sort of late Boxing Day dinner.
The Woodford Folk Festival is a very special place, and I was glad to witness this beautiful sunrise with so many wonderful people.