Friday, August 26, 2011

Butterland Take two


It was a perfect weekend for a drive to the country! The sun came out of her winter hibernation just long enough to entice our freckles and lick our shoulders.






6 of us spent a couple of nights at Greg Hatton & Katie Marx' once-was-Butter-Factory ‘Butterland’ 



and thanks to the lovely Lisa who lent me her camera whilst I was up there (I’d forgotten my camera battery at home in the charger), I was able to take a few pictures of what we got up to.

Caitlin and I used the Vegetable garden very wisely before cooking a big roast


Danced around the concrete floors in our bathers



and visited the old abandoned Newstead Railway Station around the corner before watching a beautiful sunset with a few beers.



On Sunday we picked some blossom and happened upon a poultry auction and huge yard sale amongst other things, like this in the morning papers…


Bless.

6 comments:

Lisa said...

oh wow, each image tells a story, so full of life and joy....you know I'm in tears, such is the beauty you capture, the beauty you possess...

Love you so dearly.
xx

Leith said...

Joyous. Simply joyous!

gretchen cello said...

fucking LOVE!!! you are an amazing gift to cameras. miss you crazy! x o x

gretchen cello said...

fucking LOVE!!! you are an amazing gift to cameras. miss you crazy! x o x

Steph Tout said...

So beautiful as always! I love the brocolli beard and lettuce hat! And the bathers and all that stunning wattle. You and your photos are spectacular. xo

Jessica Tremp said...

Thank you my loves xxx