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Australia #62

Life...it is good!

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[This seems like an appropriate place to end my long series on Australia, where I recentle spent 10 weeks...I hope you found it interesting, and were not put off because most images were shot with my Smartphone?

 

Tomorrow I will revert to illustrations of my life in Thailand.]

Australia #62

Life...it is good!

                                                    ===========+===========

[This seems like an appropriate place to end my long series on Australia, where I recentle spent 10 weeks...I hope you found it interesting, and were not put off because most images were shot with my Smartphone?

 

Tomorrow I will revert to illustrations of my life in Thailand.]

comments (11)

I have thoroughly enjoyed your series on Australia and your Awesome Aussie Family - Thank you for taking us along!
Ray: Thank you, Elizabeth. I had a fine time in Australia.
It was a good series Ray, I'm glad you got time with the Aussie relatives.
Ray: I have a good life in Thailand, Frank, but miss my Australian Kids and their Kids.
C'était une série intéressante avec de belles photos.
Ray: Merci Martine. J'ai passé un très bon moment en Australie.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Aug 2019, 06:23
This series has been a delight Ray. Time to get your camera out now..
Ray: I have a camera out on my desk, Chris, and I often reach for it when I stroll in the garden.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 18 Aug 2019, 06:34
Looks to be some serious equipment needed to climb up above the cooker. Like Thailand, Australia is probably another of those places that I won't get round to visiting so I've enjoyed your photos. Any camera is better than no camera.
Ray: Oh...is that your gentle way of saying I should cease my relentless search for cake shops in Thailand as you will not be persuaded to try them out with me, Alan?

Australia and Thailand are very different countries [e.g. England might have a chance to beat the Thai Cricket Team], on many levels, but I feel pleased to have called both places "home".
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 18 Aug 2019, 06:57
I especially liked your photos of your family in Australia. I hope that you have found good help for your recovery.
Ray: I thank you for you kind remarks, Philine.
A fine series Ray and it just shows how, in the right hands, excellent pictures can be had with a phone
Ray: You are very kind, Bill.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk where the sun rises first in England
  • 18 Aug 2019, 08:48
Ray, this Australian series is spectacular and so full of interest . I do hope the best part of three months has really helped your recovery. I did notice that there was an almost complete lack of urban city life in your series. I presume this was because you were inRural lands for the majority of your time

Great series Ray. Thankyou
Ray: Your observation is accurate, Richard. I stayed mainly with Son Ben, who lives 300km from the big city of Melbourne. I am now 2 months into a 3 month regime of potent antibiotics which will hopefully drive the infection out of my body...time will tell.
I am so happy for this series seeing some of the sights I experienced personally almost twenty years ago.

To me there is nothing better than hanging out with cool kids and grandkids so I enjoyed your family too. fabulous series all around.

Long live Australia 🇦🇺
Ray: I am delighted if I stured a few memories of Australia, Mary.
And I agree that hanging out with my Kids and their Kids was great fun.
I have enjoyed seeing your Australia family and seeign where they live ray.
Ray: I am delighted you enjoyed it, Brian. Thailand and Australia are very different.
Climbing tackle>
Ray: Ben knows all the knots, and Jake was asking for advice related to Tree Pruning/Felling.

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