Gallery

Doing a house sit (farm sit πŸ˜€ ) to mind some lovely animals while the owner was away. (click on photo’s for larger view)

Amigo

Beautiful Amigo. (He has a cancer on his face) I did a healing on him and before I knew it the healing went both ways πŸ˜€

Lilly

And the beautiful Lilly, a lovely Appaloosa

Amigo

Amigo enquiring about another ‘touch’.

Lilly

Lilly checking to see where her ‘connection’ is .

Ruby and Billie

Ruby (red) and Billie (blue) cattle dogs having their daily siesta.

A Morning Walk
(Some sunshine for a friend who is still coming through a winter wonderland πŸ™‚ ))

And I must apologise for these photo’s, they were taken with a damage spot on the inside the lens. My new camera is still but a dream. But one day!

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Me and the girls. Dixie (mum), Bonnie (foal), and my daughter hiding over the back. (taken with a very old C26 Kodak Camera, then I took a photo of the photo :) )

Me and the girls. Dixie (mum), Bonnie (foal), and my daughter hiding over the back. (taken with a very old C26 Kodak Camera, then I took a photo of the photo πŸ™‚ )

Todays sunset

Todays sunset

View from balcony

View from balcony by day (Click on image for larger view)

And at sunset

And at sunset (Click on image for larger view)

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(A wander around the Central & Mid North Coast, NSW, Australia)

And I must apologise as all photo’s were taken with my mobile phone

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(Port Macquarie – Laurieton)

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Fires on the Eastern side of New South Wales, Australia

These pictures below are from local residents, fire fighters and news camera operators during the fires yesterday and today (17 – 18/10/13). These were from the Blue Mountain fires west of Sydney. There has been approximately over 100 Homes lost in the fires but that number is expected to go a lot higher, but so far, thankfully, no deaths which in itself is great considering the size and speed of the fires and can also be very much attributed to the incredible Fire Fighters who risk life and limb to ensure the safety of our communities. Currently there are 90 fires along the eastern parts of New South Wales. Of these 25 are uncontrolled because of the heatwave conditions, wind and inaccessibility of the fires.

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