Glenrowan and Moyhu Road, Victoria – Australia ‘Cattle Grazing Fields’ Photographed by Karen Robinson Jan 2018 www.idoartkarenrobinson.com NB All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments: It’s now summer time here in Victoria. On this day, the temperature was in the low 30’s with the sun bearing down on vast stretches of grass fields, turning them from winter’s lush green to summer’s golden brown. It’s a thirsty land at this time of the year! Waterholes and small creeks become important places for native wildlife to congregate where they take in their daily fresh water requirements. Sulphur Crested Cockatoos were abundant along this stretch of road, but trying to catch them within a photograph was not my forte. Well…maybe next time…

Glenrowan and Moyhu Road, Victoria - Australia 'Cattle Grazing Fields' Photographed by Karen Robinson Jan 2018 www.idoartkarenrobinson.com NB All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments: It's now summer time here in Victoria. On this day, the temperature was in the low 30's with the sun bearing down on vast stretches of grass fields, turning them from winter's lush green to summer's golden brown. It's a thirsty land at this time of the year! Waterholes and small creeks become important places for native wildlife to congregate where they take in their daily fresh water requirements. Sulphur Crested Cockatoos were abundant along this stretch of road, but trying to catch them within a photograph was not my forte. Well…maybe next time...

Glenrowan and Moyhu Road, Victoria – Australia

Glenrowan and Moyhu Road, Victoria – Australia ‘Cattle Grazing Fields’ Photographed by Karen Robinson Jan 2018 http://www.idoartkarenrobinson.com NB All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments: It’s now summer time here in Victoria. On this day, the temperature was in the low 30’s with the sun bearing down on vast stretches of grass fields, turning them from winter’s lush green to summer’s golden brown. It’s a thirsty land at this time of the year! Waterholes and small creeks become important places for native wildlife to congregate where they take in their daily fresh water requirements. Sulphur Crested Cockatoos were abundant along this stretch of road, but trying to catch them within a photograph was not my forte. Well…maybe next time…

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