Usually at Easter time I don’t go away with the masses for the four days. Last weekend we went to some friends holiday home for the Sunday night. We stayed about one day overall and it was lovely just to do that one day.
Their house is near Lake Albert at Meningie. Lake Albert’s water used to go all the way to the reeds you can see in the photo below. Now, due to the drought the water levels have gone right down.
We took our chairs and a couple of drinks to the shore level and sat down in readiness for the sunset.
The boys went for a swim in the water.
I noticed this rusted out 44 gallon drum and couldn’t resist taking a photo of it as the setting sun shone. This drum had rusted out because it used to be submerged in water. We also found a couple of empty beer bottles.
Who can resist having a mud fight?
The result of the mud fight.
And when some has a new camera (ie me) sometimes people can’t resist having a go with it so I end up in a shot. I’m the one standing up at the back.
And I love this photo of JJ and his mate. JJ’s on the left.
I managed to get the sun just as it disappeared. Ever notice how quickly this actually happens? If you look away for a moment, it’s snuck down behind the horizon all ready to greet our northern hemisphere friends for their morning.