Starting 2017 in Melbourne and looking forward to more challenges. Thanks for the Cool Beans Jule’s
Rocking new fashion in #melbourne with my #oldschool blanket A photo posted by Murray Anderson-Clemence (@memurrayac) on Jan 1, 2017 at 2:25am PST
Living outdoors is beautiful https://youtu.be/Q_JpX_axHGE
This is seriously one of the best golden horse images around. Could have been the six horses I patted before hand, so we were both giving off great vibes. Hug a horse your day will be better 🙂
Cloncurry lookout looking west over the dam, the bigger and new version of the town’s water supply. Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/memurrayac/
Not long after sunrise on the eastern side of Sweers Island, if you look on the far side of the beach you’ll see turtle tracks and diggings where they lay eggs.
This is worth a share onto Facebook. BP, Normanton. The walls are purple the lights are purple and it’s called the Purple Pub. You won’t miss it if you’re in Normanton. Remanence of the Normanton 1974 floods (8.8m) on the …
Now we’re in the afternoon session and it’s nearly time to nik off and photograph the incoming Gulf Suvanah train.
The inconvenient hustle of city life. Awkwardness abides while passers bye. Perfectly timed inbuilt head turns. Do we dare make eyes or a little hello? Open to small country life. A loud “how’s your day young man” from Shirly. Greetings …
Have you ever? Are you now? Will you always? Be excited by seeing a passing cane train? They’re unique enough to be exciting. Metal on metal pumping pumping pistons cranking solid wheels on old iron tracks extending through endless fields …