Listen well my friends, to what I have to say.  I do NOT dislike water.  I grew up alongside a river, and would spend my days playing in and alongside it.  Sometimes I’d even catch yabbies in the river!  And once I almost caught a fish, but it got away…… It was a big one too!!

Sometimes the river flooded, but I was too smart to try to go in it then, and would wait until it was safe to lead Sally the horse across.  NEVER try to cross a flooded river!  Once Enivea and Sally and I went off for a short ride up the road, and while we were away, the river came down and was a raging torrent – in only 10 minutes!  We had to take a long way home – instead of five minutes, it took us three hours to get home!  I even got a lift on Sally for some of the way, cos my little legs had to work hard to keep up with Sally’s.

Enivea did a story on it  Here

So as you can see, I’ve had lots of adventures at the river.  Sadly, I don’t live there anymore…..

Anyway, enough of all this yapping on, here’s the pics to PROVE I don’t have an aversion to water.  W-A-T-E-R.

It’s that strange salty stuff I don’t like. Yet…..

My river, such a wonderful place!

Some days are golden.

Sometimes I just sits….

And sometimes I go fishing.

I’m sure I saw a fish.

It’s fun to blow bubbles.

Or go for a swim.

Shake it baby!!

Yep, another perfect day at the river♥

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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.

6 responses »

  1. zorgor says:

    Ah, that clears it up! Thanks! And that is a beautiful river!

  2. it’s a great life! 🙂

  3. Hi Enivea and Fred

    I felt quite emotional about this series of photos by and in the river. I was thinking about the fun and adventure my own dogs have had around water.

    • eremophila says:

      G’day Margaret, we got a bit emotional too, remembering the fun we’d had in the river before we had to leave the area. Still, we all have our memories 🙂

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