Monday, 14 March 2016

Farm

Instead of studying, I spent my Sunday on a farm.





We were invited by family friends, and being the extreme city based Asian family that we are, it was different.  My mum treated it like some kind of camp, insisting we pack a head torch, be aware of snakes, pack a sleeping bag just in case.  I don't think she registered that this place has electricity, and a house, and a toilet.












We didn't do all that much.  In fact, I could probably call it a waste of an afternoon if I wanted to, but I'm glad I went.  Photos make me happy, and that's nothing to be ashamed of.














Footballs are so weirdly shaped, and I feel like such a prissy person when I shrink away from their awkward bounces or weird spins in the air.





There was this one moment where we were sitting on a rock and the repeats of Pillow Talk paused for a minute.  It was peaceful, and pretty, and the sky was a soft red.









Love,
M

10 comments:

  1. I love the pictures! <3 Awesome idea to add some elements to highlight exactly what you want to be seen!

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    1. Haha more like adding elements to hide people's faces out of privacy and courtesy

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  2. Seems like you had a great day! I love that you added pictures. It feels as though I was there with you. Australia is so beautiful! I'd love to visit someday.

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    1. This country town we passed on the way was about as Australian as it can get. I'm glad you feel as if you were there, because that's exactly what I was aiming for

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  3. The picture editing is so fun, it makes it all seem more memorable!

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    1. Thank you! It was fun to make too

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  4. I love farms! There's something so simple, so calming about them that really allows me to breathe. Your sunset-lit photos are so charming, that puppy is so cute. I also love the editing done on some of the pictures.

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    1. I'm definitely a city person, but I really wouldn't mind having a farm to go to to refresh and relax regularly. There's something about having not a single other person for miles and miles around that makes me feel private in a way.

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  5. Nice pictures, looks like fun.

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