Wednesday, January 26, 2011

mending fences

Following on from the farmer and the floods are images of what needs to be done






there is a fence in there.


and my favourite picture, happy smiles, new pups and farm life continues.


17 comments:

  1. oh so much work to do! I bet those happy smiles make your day.
    Happy WW!

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  2. Oh my word. The photos of what is to be faced are so confronting. I can't imagine BUT the smile on your daughter's face and the adorable new pup are the perfect counterbalance. Thank you for the insight x

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  3. *Sigh* it is a big job ahead of you.(hugs)
    I hope your family have lots of support and get things back to as normal as possible as soon as possible so your animals stay safe too.

    Your daughter looks so happy and the puppy is adorable.
    Happy Australia Day WW

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  4. I should have mentioned, that is my gorgeous niece Abbey, one day to be my famous horse riding niece...no pressure from me or anything!

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  5. I should have mentioned, that is my gorgeous niece Abbey, one day to be my famous horse riding niece...no pressure from me or anything!

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  6. That pup is just adorable. And life goes on ... mother nature is indeed a cow, but wow look at how nature renews and just keeps going.
    Eye opening stuff.

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  7. Oh wow. That is just overwhelming :(
    At least there are still smiles to be had.

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  8. oh! these photos really talk for themselves. thanks for posting.
    on the other hand, your daughter is radiating happiness on the picture, pub looks very young and overwhelmed tho lol - cuuute !

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  10. It just amazes and saddens me at the same time what the floods have done. I hope you are back to it in no time. Gorgeous photo too of your niece and puppy :)

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  11. Great post Clairey. That image where the fence has completely disappeared under vegetation is great. So much to be done.

    Thanks for Rewinding at the Fibro today. :-)

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  12. So much damage in such a short period of time...

    Great photos.

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  13. Good luck with fixing the damage. The scenes of the floods, on TV here in the UK, were devastating...but how lovely to see your daughter's smile. Human spirit is very resilient. (Here from the Pink Fibro x)
    http://insidethewendyhouse.blogspot.com

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  14. That sure is a big job ahead of you. Great photos and a timely reminder for me that while the floods are over, the real work is only just beginning. Good luck!

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  15. This is a timely reminder for all of us that although the media has retreated to cover another incident that people's lives are still moving forward and hard yards are being moved through.

    Your post is real and it makes me think that this is the real news of the day. Rebuilding and new life - poignant and true.

    Best wishes for all that lays ahead,

    Felicity x

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  16. I was transfixed to the television throughout the floods but seeing pictures like these make it seem even more real. Glad that you are able to rebuild.

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  17. hope them fences got mended :-) keep up the good work with your posts.

    (comment by mysterious Torkona award reviewer) hehehe

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