Back when I lived in Geneva and France I used to see scenes like this #rapeseedfield quite often and quite nearby... When I think about all the things I miss from there the countryside scenery is one of them... But then I realise how lucky I am that only an hour or so from Melbourne I can see the same sort of scenery!
We're so lucky in Australia to have so much SPACE, it's unbelievable... So much land... Hubby and I go to the countryside almost every single weekend and we've not run out of places to visit yet. At most places we visit there are hardly any people around and it's great. It really gives you a feeling of getting back to nature... 🌳🌾🌿
Truthfully, even after more than one year back in Australia I'm still suffering from 'reverse culture shock'. People think moving overseas is all fun and games or just an extended holiday but it's not. And when you've been living overseas for as long as I have you can't just get over it quickly. I'm still not used to (and maybe never will be) life back in Australia but one thing I've taken back with me from my time in Europe is the appreciation for nature, especially the countryside and farms and also the seasons... 🌼🌞🍁❄
I have a what was an ugly fuse box next to my sewing table and i covered it a while ago with my captures of my gorgeous two taken one golden hour a couple of years ago. And I thought I notice all fine detail, I really do until my clever daughter said "mum did you realise that word above us, IMPORTANT!" I was like oh my never noticed that at all even when covering it lol. She said it's because we are the most Important to you! She is very right too! 😍
I admire these images daily whilst I sew. My room is full of all my happiness, I love it up here 😊 it's sometimes hard to leave to go back into the house especially when it's full with fun creativity and joy. And that I've heated it so toasty I could stay. The house will be cold and full of boring chores lol. Love my lady cave lol.