I spent the last two days in New South Wales. I got to meet and spend some time with Benjamin Von Wong, and we had a paddle on the Barmah Lake. He is an incredibly talented photographer. Wanda, Simon and I paddled a canoe across the lake through some marshes. The view, as with most places in Australia, was beautiful.
The river got blocked a few times by fallen trees, and we had to take the canoe out of the water and walk with it through the forest to get it back into the water.
We took one of those times as a chance to get some photos and have a snack.
After we came out of the woods, the lake met the Murray River, and we paddled downstream back to the car.
Later in the day we went to Simon's father's farm. There were cows and sheep, but I didn't have my camera while we toured around. We saw a giant wasp kill a spider and drag it away. The farm cat was interested.
The dogs on the farm loved attention.
And they looked majestic in the setting sun, and didn't mind posing for me.