Yesterday the cows enjoyed the views from the Cooking School paddock
Heading home (above) and enjoying the morning feed (below)
But the day didn’t get off to the ideal start for the cows, the neighbours nor the person who forgot to open the gate to the paddock.
This is the entrance to the paddock where the cows camped until one of the neighbours saw them and told us
This is the entrance after the manure had been scrapped of the road. Heaven forbid 250 cows waiting to get into the paddock can you imagine the mess. Less said the better then again as they say in the classics “shit happens”.
The Cooking School paddock you ask?
Yes Clover Hill is very unique. It is part of a dairy centric rural residential subdivision with 12 privately owned blocks ranging from 1 to 100 acres and one of these blocks used to be a five star cooking school. Just as well no cooking lesson were being held today.
Today one of the other neighbours was able to have the pleasure of sitting on their front veranda with the cows almost in their front yard.
Unfortunately John and Jenny did host the cows in their front yard uninvited a few years ago as have most of the neighbours at some stage. But as you can see the garden did recover quite spectacularly
Much to our relief. In fact it was these very agapanthus that took the biggest battering
And the cows were eyeing them off again today but they were disappointed. John has made the fence cow proof thank goodness.
Speaking of the fence – the rock wall made a magnificent backdrop for this photo today
I have a Canon 600D which is their beginner top of the range but I do have the EF 24-105mm lens and this lens can turn even me into a decent photographer
Speaking of photographers John’s nephew is the well known photographer Toby Dixon Now this is photography. Check out his photo shoot with Jonathan Brown, Captain of the Brisbane Lions and Paul Gallen, Captain of the Cronulla Sharks here http://tobydixon.com/blog/?cat=1
Toby has done some adds for Cadbury’s and a few others at Clover Hill as well
Like this classic
This is Clover Hill’s very own Mandelyn Skyframe Toni
Back to the amateurs
How’s that view along the backline – might not be in Toby’s league but I am having fun