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Category Archives: My Life

Am I proud? YES, ABSOLUTELY proud to be a part of an amazing group of people.   We have a transport business and also a farm, and yesterday we took part in a convoy of trucks that crossed the bridge showing our support for the live export industry. Frustrated at being knocked and misrepresented in many circles, more than 2000 farmers, exporters, agents and […]

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At 36 weeks Joles Ben and lachlan came to the farm for a maternity shoot . This very precious little package had decided at about 22 weeks that she would make her entrance into the world, Luckily the Doctors were able to stop her and just as we would relax she would start again and […]

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Happy Happy Birthday BEAUTIFUL girl WOW i cant believe today you are 8 where have the years gone . You are a very special part of our family and amaze me everyday . You have grown so much in the last 6 years and even have your front teeth now that we have waited so […]

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“No Strings Attached” This is a story of what I went through in the process to becoming a living donor To help my Younger Brother Hayden In and thru all of this he was and always be my true hero the suffering pain and general sickness that he learnt to live with was unbelievable he […]

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There have been some big changes on the farm this year ,and the first to be implemented was de-stocking the cattle . It was a huge job to get them all in draft, tag and mark them . They were sent away over a couple of sales to Muchea just north of Perth .  It […]

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Will & Rose had come to stay for a few days and asked if i could take some photos as a surprise for their Mum . I decided to photograph them just being themselves and we headed into town to the skate park they had been in the studio all day playing while i worked […]

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Harvest is the time on the farm that i love .I love the colours and pace of it .I love the optimism at the beginning and even after a bad harvest i love the optimism that the season coming will yield better crops. It never ceases to amaze me how people dig a bit deeper […]

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