Last light

I think my very most favourite thing to do when we have visitors staying with us is the slow walk home from an afternoon tipple at the pub. Yesterday we did just that as we had Rob’s Dad and step mum staying with us for the night. The air was cool, leaves crunching underfoot, the colours spectacular and the cows, well, chewing. I think that sometimes the day saves the very best bit until the very end.

It’s been a very busy couple of days round here – trips to see my Dad at the beach, then back again, and then some visitors here for the night and again this morning on their way through. I’m ready for a quiet weekend of doing not much. Not much at all.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00859110942745952818 Tahnee

    your photos always make me want to move to nsw, beth! so so beautiful. hope you have the most wonderful of quiet weekends x

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06326544649264430216 Girl in Baggy Greens

    So… I’m now reading your posts on my phone, while I should be working! Looooove the photos!

  • Skinnyflatwhite

    I miss this kind of time in WA – we have stunning sunsets etc but that late afternoon crunch underfoot and cooler light? Love. You’ve made me a little homesick this morn!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11314373295390794669 Catherine

    I could so do with a stop by the country, it’s very pretty in your parts. Enjoy your quiet weekend.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03933850173026138880 cellentee

    how beautiful it is in your part of the world! i can almost smell that country air sitting at my desk. have a lovely weekend :)

  • Julia

    Those pics are gorgeous! Where abouts in Southern Highlands are you??

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12173085007473641503 Down that Little Lane

    I love wandering anywhere with the kids.. they make it take so long but they have an adventure just pottering out for milk.. countryside lends better to that.

    I reckon I could end up your way in a few years, we love it there but Uncle is selling his place in Kangaloon so our time there is drawing in ;(

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04426087213110191042 Penny

    Right I’m leaving my McMansion and plunge pool in the burbs and moving down south just as soon as I find a tiny piece of land to rebuild my McMansion and plunge pool.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13823564682558900328 Kylie @ Octavia and Vicky

    It looks like Autumn has well and truly arrived where you are. I can’t wait to feel it properly down her in Adelaide.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10085079211685079914 Milina

    I can just about smell and feel the crispness in the air. Great pics and happy weekending!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04339773113889860348 Miss Pink

    You know I spent 25 years bewildered by the sunrising. I wasn’t a sunset person at all.
    Then since my birthday I’ve been really into sunsets. The colours are gorgeous, and I always new that (but believed a sunrise was more breath taking) but there is something about them. The pull of a closing, and end.
    I think I could spend my life walking over crunching leaves, listening to the soft moo’s of the cattle settling in for the night as I watch the sunset on the horizon.

    You really have a beautiful slice of the world there.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08056174055525454288 Little Pinwheel

    there is something about the last light of the day. I feel the same about the sun that kisses the ocean in the morning. beautiful images. x

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07886883553323932848 Mumma Dearest

    An afternoon at the pub followed by a walk with sights like that!? Could life be any more perfect?
    Stunning pictures

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13151973819133926868 Mama of 2 boys

    I tend to agree lady, sometimes the end of the day is just like a magnificent gift and you want to stop and appreciate every minute of it. Looks like that’s exactly what you do. Beautiful pics. We enjoy an early evening walk around these parts too xo