No shepherding today-storms instead

Even I am not foolhardy enough to brave today's forecast:  12C (44F), 10mm (½ inch) of rain, and the real kicker, 50 kph (30 mph) winds.  Happily, I got the dogs run just before it started bucketing down rain.  So, instead of shepherding, I will chain myself to my desk and do the accounts for April. Here are a couple of photos to keep you going until Saturday, when the weather is meant to be MUCH nicer.

Look closely and you'll see several sheep behind the screen of tall native speargrass (austrostipa nodosa) and wallaby grass (austrodanthonia spp.) Also a bit of cutting sag (lomandra longifolia) in the foreground.  I took this with my telephoto when we were up in the top of the Lucerne Reserve on Monday.

Look closely and you'll see several sheep behind the screen of tall native speargrass (austrostipa nodosa) and wallaby grass (austrodanthonia spp.) Also a bit of cutting sag (lomandra longifolia) in the foreground.  I took this with my telephoto when we were up in the top of the Lucerne Reserve on Monday.

A summer storm in December 2010.

A summer storm in December 2010.