We finally arrived at our destination after two days of steady
driving, Wirrealpa Station in the Flinders Ranges of South
Australia, a sheep and cattle run catering also to the intrepid
traveller seeking peace, quiet and skies that go forever in the
rugged Australian Outback.
in the forefront and bedrooms in the shearer's quarters behind
our red farm ute. The other building in between we made use of
as a studio.
tones by courtesy of the recent rains.
Below, one of the many honeyeaters I photographed but could
original cast iron stove which, as is obvious, we much preferred.
Not only did it provide comforting warmth but it was big enough
to house a number of large dye pots as well as the ubiquitous kettle
and our delectable meals catered for by my utterly wonderful
us for drinks and we all lived it up a little.
in the distance
There are a lot more pictures where these came from, who knows,
maybe another day . . .
This is the world that sings to my soul and thanks to the MY WORLD
Team, I could show it to you.