I am at Kimba, sitting beside the grain silos that are painted with huge murals. Apparently half way across Australia. This one is beautiful, a little girl looks up across the grain fields.
It is such a sad thing that I took a handful of the grain in that’s inside one it would be full of pesticides and fertilisers that I wouldn’t want to eat it. Yet we do. Then we wonder why we can’t eat bread anymore.
Today’s photograph is from the Abstract Workshop last year at South West Rocks. A year latter I am not as critical of it as the day I took it. Just a little reminder to go back to your old work and search for gems.
Sheoaks at Trial Bay, South West Rocks, Photograph and text copyright ©️ Len Metcalf 2018
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