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Life: the morning walk, Spring, vigour. Death: evening stroll, remembrance, eternal peace.
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Jaffa, our blonde Border Collie, enjoys a wriggle and a splash in the cold water in a road-side drain during our morning walk.
Springtime life. A Callistemon in flower.
Calves being weaned huddle together as I passed them by on our driveway. They scattered when I got out of the vehicle though.
Strolling through the cemetery late this afternoon I came across the single internee in the Bahai Faith section.
With the sun positioned in the sky to privide a burst of light behind the graves, the sun’s rays provide an interesting effect. The cemetery chapel sits below the sun.
I had been looking for the Chinese section of the cemetery. There were many Chinese miners in this area over a century ago and I was interested to see what remains I might find. I eventually found only four marked graves, perhaps others, unmarked, are here also.