Come rain or shine, I love to go to the Angaston farmer's marker
very early on a Saturday morning.
Afterwards my dog and I enjoy the little township itself.
We park under my favourite oak in this delightful off
road car park between the main street and a small creek
side park. No that is not my car, mine is quite grown up
and had it's 21st birthday some time ago.
After our little bit of shopping we sit a while either under
the vine covered colonnade or on a bench on the lawn
say hallo to that splendid oak that shades our car in summer
look back towards the main street
let our senses wallow in the beauty of the lingering autumn leaves
and cross the bridge to be greeted by the last of the golden wonders
still as bright as in mid summer
marvel at these tiny, less than an inch tall,
sulphurous fungi dotting the lawns
with hardly time to tuck camera under coat before it braves the
rain again to shoot the last hollyhock escapee from a garden
abov that has naturalised on the steep, rocky bank of the creek
with camera once more safely tucked away, dog and I
nimbly step between the raindrops to enjoy
the rest of our walk
OUR WORLD has so many nooks and crannies to
explore, this is just one of them but if you look
with an open heart, you find then everywhere.