The Out House is now available as a print in my collection of Framed and Canvas Prints. Phone Covers, Clocks and much more.
Can you imagine this print hanging in your toilet?
It’s an original work by myself.
The Out House ships world wide and would make a great gift to a loved one or a friend.
You could even spoil yourself!
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And there we were, driving along the track to nowhere.
Along the track to nowhere, stood an outhouse, with a slight lean on it, behind a church, in Western Queensland, Australia.
I reckon that you shouldn’t lean on its walls, otherwise the whole lot might fall around you . . . And that would not be a good look!
Driving a bit further down the track, we came across a derelict old home that was . . . Shall we say, not in perfect condition, in fact, it too looked like it was about to fall down.
They are some of the sights out in the bush of Australia, interesting.
Hope you enjoyed my little tour of outback Australia.
From time to time, I make Digital Art from what I have seen.
Today it was the Country Home.
It is a country home in Orange, New South Wales, Australia.
Country Home is available in all manner of items from prints, to phone cases, drink coasters, and so much more.
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The story starts with “Once upon a time in the west . . . “, there was born a township called Sofala . . .
Sofala is not far from Bathurst and Hill End in the Central West of New South Wales, Australia.
Sofala rose up from the banks of the Turon River in the 19th-century Australian gold rush after the precious metal was discovered in the Bathurst and Hill End region in the early 1850s.
Gold is no longer mined commercially in Sofala.
But what remains is a small township that has heaps of old fashioned character.
If you are out that way, go off the beaten track a little and have a look at Sofala.
I think you will be impressed and enjoy the experience.
When in Bathurst, make sure you visit the two parks in the centre of town.
They are worth a visit.
One of the parks has the War Memorial with lots of gardens and beautiful flowers. (refer photo in the previous entry in my blog).
The other park has lots of ancient trees that cast relaxing shade for the passerby.
The first photo is of a Memory Plaque situated in the park with the large shady trees.
Per ardua ad astra is a Latin phrase meaning “through adversity to the stars” or “through struggle to the stars” that is the official motto of the Royal Air Force and other Commonwealth air forces such as the Royal Australian Air Force and Royal New Zealand Air Force, as well as the Royal Indian Air Force until 1947.
The plaque is a lasting memory to Maurice Freeman who died in action in 1943.
Lest We Forget.
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