I have just drunk my Sunday morning coffee having dressed in Tweed for today’s Launceston Junction Art Festival’s Tweed Ride.
While quenching thirst I caught up with the “In Line” entries. So many and so good but I hadn’t time to comment on each – so here is another!
The picture is of a row of Pine trees providing wind shelter to the paddock behind. They are fronted by a wonky line of Wattle trees who’s spring flowering is just about over. There is a lot of new growth on the Pine trees and soon the Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoos will be ripping into them with gusto.
Now to head to Launceston – will there be an “In Line” at the Tweed Ride?