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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Head space

Space.  We are so lucky to have plenty of it.  Space to breath, work, think and plan.

Places to catch fish, or at least try.


Places to paddle in our canoes.



Quiet water to cool off in, for ourselves and our animal friends.


Nature’s treasures just waiting to be collected and inspected.


Getting away from our property for a night and heading to the water reminded me that sometimes I become quite complacent about our space and the opportunities it provides.  As we creep towards the end of the school holidays I am determined to make the most of every piece of space around me.


I hope today you are finding some space to breath. 

Happy Sunday, friends. 

19 comments :

  1. Oh, I love your space. Looks so relaxing.

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  2. Beautiful Jane. There is something about the river isn't there. Enjoy the last week as we gear up again xx

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  3. It looks gorgeous Jane, and that bird photo! What a wonderful capture.
    Thank-you for sharing it with us. I hope you enjoy the rest of the calm before school starts again x

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    1. Thank you Sarah, I am wishing I could have got closer to those birds for that shot...but I am still fairly happy with it x

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  4. Your space looks so beautiful - and I so agree with you that we should value the spaces we have. So easily taken for granted ...

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  5. Love the photo of the birds in the water, beautiful!

    We escaped for some space over the weekend too and camped on the beach in Newcastle... was so lovely!

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    1. Beach camping sounds perfect Dani. The Darling River is the closest thing we have to the beach :)

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  6. incredible photos!!
    and so unexpected from what i always expect is your dry part of the world.
    we're loving the last little bits of school free space here too.
    xx

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    1. Enjoy this time Kate! Yes, this is a little slice of our world that we don't spend enough time in. It is only about 30 minutes away. xx

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  7. ahh back to school today Jane. Back to times, and routines...and maybe a little less space. Hope your kiddos ease back into it ok, (and you. x)

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  8. It must be a lifesaver to have access to water in your hot, dry summer. It looks a wonderful space and the view from the canoe looks particularly serene. Hope you enjoy your last few days of freedom from routines.

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  9. Loving your blog lovely photos!!

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    1. Thank you Kerrie, that is very kind.

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  10. Beautiful post. My sentiments too. Thank you

    Visiting via Foxes Lane

    Alexa-asimplelife

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Hello and welcome. I will try to reply to all comments eventually because I love the conversation! Jane