So as you’ll remember, last week Enivea and I took the trip to Robe, along the Limestone Coast, South Australia.

Isn’t that water a glorious colour!  Mind you, it’s a bit too cold for a dog to go swimming just yet….I’d prefer to wait till it’s much warmer.

I’m sure you’ll agree, that when on holiday, it’s important to take time to smell the flowers…..

After we’d spent some time exploring the dunes, it was time to head off to the cliffs.  There’s lots of signs warning to stay away from the edges, and I’d say they were quite right.  I’d hate to tumble down onto those rocks!

Most exciting though, was meeting a couple of visitors who were very admiring of me and wanted to have my picture.  Here’s Enivea taking a pic of the girl taking a pic of me – see how well I pose?   After this pic was taken, Enivea was given their Canon to use, so the two of them could be in the shot with me.   (She liked their camera so much, I could sense that she was considering asking for a swap – me for their camera! Grrrrrr!)

Looks like my fame is spreading far and wide!

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About eremophila

I live in the Australian countryside with my animals. Together we explore the land around us and their connection with the world helps me to see what I would otherwise be blind to. They are my teachers. My aim is to convey this other way of seeing through my photography.

2 responses »

  1. Walter says:

    I love the color of the water. In the summer Dad takes me to the end of the pier and makes me swim back to the beach. I’m a Pug, don’t you know and I heat up quite rapidly. I must say I do feel refreshed afterwards and I get quite excited. But please keep an eye out for those mean ole Tiger snakes.
    Walter

    • eremophila says:

      Golly Walter, I hope Enivea doesn’t copy Bob and chuck ME off the end of the jetty! Unless of course, she jumps off with me…..does your Dad ever do that? I guess that would make quite a splash:-) You know how you have black bears, we have big black snakes, as well as the Tigers….but don’t worry, we’re being careful.

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