07 October 2012

Homewards bound - when I see this split rock

How's this for some unique landscaping?  Front paddock bordering the highway, as I'm heading homewards now, after a few days with friends inland, nor-western N.S.W.   This was a brand new photograph I'd stepped out to take, though I have in the past, done exactly the same and posted on my blog; some may remember it.   

and it's canola country up ahead again; such a delight to see



17 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that was an extremely powerful sapling! ;)

i LOVE those sweeping canola fields! so beautiful!

Beth Edwards said...

i would love to see those fields in person. such great clouds. so dreamy. (:

diane b said...

A very interesting rock structure and I love the last shot.

joy said...

Thamks for sharing your beautiful world. Thanks for rhe visit too and your comment. Have a lovely week end:)

Jenny Short said...

I laughed at the amazing tree between the rocks. The country landscapes are gorgeous. Driving in the country this time of year is so fun. xo Jenny

Joop Zand said...

Very nice pictures Carola.....nice landscape.

Greetings, Joop

Digi-Irma said...

What a beautiful photo Carole and a beautiful landscape, especially in picture three.
Have a nice Sunday, Irma

Montanagirl said...

The Canola fields are so pretty. I'll be busy so won't be posting or commenting next week, but I'll be back, so don't give up on me!

Anonymous said...

We live in a world full of weird and unusual things. The rocks look like two fat ladies pushing at one another. Now, were the rocks split and a seed took root in between or did that tree persevere over the years and split the rocks in two?

Such great pictues Carole.

Anonymous said...

Except for the trees I could almost think this picture was taken here in Alberta Canada. Hugs
Burtine

Judy said...

I see I am not the only one to wonder if it was that same tree that split the rocks!! Thanks for more photos of the canola!! I love the colour@!!

ladyfi said...

Wonderful colours in the fields and a lovely shot of the rock!

Jan Castle said...

Looks like the two sets of rocks are sparing with each other, and the tree is the ref! LOL
Paper Hugs,
Jan

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

A wonderful sunny day and beautiful colors. The landscape is gorgeous !

Pete Shanley said...

Great pictures Carole. I can understand why the scenes would move you so! They do me!!

Red Nomad OZ said...

Cool rocks!! I've got masses of 'repeat' photos that I keep taking in the hope that my pix are improving! So far, the jury's out!!

Liz said...

I love that rock! And thos fields of yellow are quite something!!