Day Tripping to Warracknabeal
As I stated yesterday, on Wednesday I met up with Marianne from the Wimmera Mallee Tourism Association. We met in Warracknabeal, a place I had never been to before. It took me almost an hour and a half to get there from Woomelang, but there were some interesting places along the way, and some places I knew I would have to stop off at on the way back. I let Marianne decide what she would like photographed, and so I today, my photos are really for Marianne.
This is a statue that is in the middle of an intersection. This is in the middle of a round-a-bout in the main street. The building behind is no longer used as the council offices, but it has a distinct feel of being that. I only needed one guess. The statue is a dog atop a number of bags of wheat, one of the main crops grown in the area.
This is a walking bridge over the creek. The water looks so lovely, I just wanted to jump in. It was hot the day I was here, I think I said yesterday, it was around 34 degrees, or 93 for those not using metric. It was nice beside the creek.
There are some of the photos that I took in Warracknabeal. I didn’t realise how many I took. I have so many to show you all. It is going to take ages to show them all. I hope they aren’t too pedestrian for you.
I need a new camera bag. I am looking for suggestions. I have quite a bit of gear, and I want something that will fit most of it. I did have a Lowepro, actually I still do, but I have outgrown it, and it is starting to fall apart. I must say it is no wonder it is falling apart, I have had it for many many years. Poor thing, it gets used a lot. So I would love to hear what sort of bags you use. I know I want a backpack, and I want it to have somewhere for a water bottle.