It has been extremely windy along the southern coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula during this last week or so. Gusty westerly winds over 50km/h with rain. This picture of roadside vegetation was made on a quiet morning on a day in early November when the rest of my day was being spend in front of a computer trying to finish the essay on aesthetics for the Adelaide Art Photographers 1970-2000 book.
The morning was a moment of respite between the days of wild, windy weather:
I was on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla. As it is spring I only walk along the Heysen Trail or the back country roads in the early morning. The brown snakes are out and about in the late afternoon. They are very active at the moment and they are quite hard to see amongst the grassy road side when I walk along these back country roads with the poodles.