SEE THAT MOON, LOOKS LIKE GOOD POTATO WEATHER.

sun set lets the moon arrive

The sun disappears so we can see the moon. The foxes are silent.

Crookwell Moon

Paddock Princesses spin their milk-white alpaca wool into a giant rounded orb that floats silently over the fence and across the field.The rays lick the grasses of the paddock.

The moon has a gentle influence on all that we do but as gentle as it is, it has the power to pull the ocean from coastline to coastline.

photos by Susan Reynolds Crookwell

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3 thoughts on “SEE THAT MOON, LOOKS LIKE GOOD POTATO WEATHER.

  1. Hey Sean,
    I am in Sydney next week if you are available to meet for coffee etc. Leonie assures me that I will really love your sense of humour. Hopefully looking forward to meeting you.
    Cheryl Daniel (Davidson)

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