Love it! That last shot is amazing!
thank you alice - its so nice to 'see' you again!
I'm sitting here with a huge smile spread across my face. What a mind you have to imagine such instances. So tell me...were there giggles all round from you and the little sams creek urchin? My two (and me) would have been having fits of them, no doubt, at them being able to run through books mommy had so artfully laid out. Just exquisite Ronnie.
now how did you know there was much giggling around these here parts today? could you hear us? (we were loud).... sass went skipping through the books also (he's just a lot larger and less lyrical in his running than the gal in her black and white dress)
glad there was giggling, so glad. test test test test test..........
yep - this is what we got up to today INSTEAD of participating in NAPLAN tests.... far more productive than standardised testing don't you think...
i DO think, and why is naplan so close to napalm?
... in spelling and affect!
Fabulous, Ronnie! EJ looks so happy and yes, that last shot is really great. Now, will the cows be walking on the pathway of knowledge? I do hope so. I wonder if the first cow would have qualms about book trampling? She may need counseling later...
the cows are currently on the other side of the road - the did offer the odd mooooo at our activities.... last time I left the cows a pillar of knowledge (some years ago...) they pushed it over..... seems they don't much appreciate the gift of knowledge...
love that last picandwaiting for the cows to come back to the trackand leave a trail ofpats****
OMGoodness - these images are divine!
(I'm in Canada) We were watching a Knowledge Network program tonight about a street photographer who caught people in Vancouver over more than 40 years. Was just saying how effective black and white photography is, as you've just shown. I'm starting to regret having gotten rid of my World Book Encyclopedia.
thanks for all your lovely comments - your words are greatly appreciated xx