Sheeps Day Out
On Wednesday I met up with Marianne from the Wimmera Mallee Tourism Association. She told me a sheep sale was on and would I like to go and take some photos. It was something different, so why notThe sheep sale was on in Warracknabeal. It was an interesting process. They go from lot to lot and people bid on the sheep per head. I was so surprised at the speed of it. It all happens so fast. It was so hot and dusty. I think they are going to be in for a hot summer up there.
The sheep were looking very happy, no idea of course what is going to happen to them. I got some photos of them going up different sections as well. I will show them another day.
I am home now and my blog will resume following its usual schedule as of Monday. I will continue showing photos from the Mallee, but will only do it once a week from now on, unless I find other days I have nothing to show. This way my stock will last a lot longer.
I don’t know if this is going to work, but I hope if you press on the above, you will get a much bigger image and will be able to see the full 360 view that you could see from the top of the sand dune that I showed you yesterday. You might need to click on the size of the image to get another view. I should have made it bigger, sorry. I just put it together quickly so you could see view from up there and how strange it was. It was a long drive home.
It is nice to be back and I am slowly going through all the photos I have taken. I can really edit them now. I will catch up on all your comments over the next day or so.