Lots of Spring green and shadows on a property at Main Ridge on the Mornington Peninsula.
That strange farm machine in the foreground has been a feature there for many years.
green plant worlds
refreshing and vibrant signs of
a healthy planet
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You have nice green, here everything is now more or less brown - like that machine :)
a perfect spring shot Gemma. the time is coming to enjoy your weather more than mine.
A very curious piece of farm machinery! Is it a plow?
oh my goodness- look at all that green!!! Have a lovely day!
Wonderful to see Spring bringing hope and life again.
Ah, it does look so spring like, Gemma!! I would be envious, but amazingly we're having such mild and beautiful weather, I can't complain!! Enjoy your weekend!!
Such a gorgeous shot of lush green! Very interesting farm machinery tho.
It is Spring for you, full of green and longer and warmer days. For us it is Autumn, lots of bold colors - with fallen leaves, shorter and cooler, days. When the snow falls I will dream of green Spring scenes like this...
Nice green scenery and do like that machinery sitting there.
It is Fall here.Which I love.
I love old decorations like that! We had an old plow in VA that we hauled all the way from CT. Hubby said no way was it making the return trip!...:)JP
Nice to see the green of spring time again! :) Great shot.
How lush and beautiful this green scenery is!!!
My Shadow Shot Sunday 2 is of a rather dry and dusty Jaipur pig!!!
Hi Gemma, I love old rusty reminders of the past. You have captured the mood here with the shadows playing over the green grass surrounding the monument to old farming times. Hope you're having a great weekend. Greetings, Jo, East Africa.
Strange isn't it how sometimes old rusty "junk" can actually become to feel part of a landscape.
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