Summer storms


It has been an uncharacteristic hot and humid few days after Christmas in Northern Victoria. Whilst there has been some flash flooding in Melbourne and rain on Uluru in  Central Australia, I snapped this photo on my way home of storms passing nearby.



Paddocks of Gold



I love this time of year in rural Victoria. After a wet winter the crops are looking good, like this crop of Canola I spotted outside of Shepparton. The colour puts a spring in your step and is a reminder that winter is behind us and warmer days are ahead. Here’s hoping our farmers have a bumper season wherever they are in Australia.

When you get the chance, remember to support our Aussie farmers by buying Australian made and grown produce, go to a local farmers market or purchase direct from the farm gate.


Celebrating the moving image


We all love a good movie, and often cinema and television reflect a certain time in our lives or capture forever pop culture, preserving a moment in time for future generations to look back. The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is a purpose built, state of the art facility for the exhibition and promotion of Victorian, Australian & International Screen content in its many and various forms. Continue reading