11 October 2006

down to the river we'd ride

What do you do when Spring ...
iris

has well and truly sprung?
freesias

You go down to the river ...
a boy and his dog

with the dog
two boys and a beast

and the ducks.
#2 sept06c

And just be.
#2 sept06a

20 comments:

Sarah Louise said...

wistful and wishful. what lovely photos you take and what lovely children you have.

Just so you know, I got out my copy of Possession, linked you, and then you posted this. Is it really 9:30 pm in your world?

Sarah Louise said...

well, yes, according to the date stamp. Wow!

h&b said...

Stunning photography.
A day well captured. Beautiful.

Really.

Paula said...

Beautiful.

Ali said...

What a great day. It's grey, rainy and miserable here, so thanks for the vicarious spring.

blackbird said...

oh, that neck.
those boys...
it's love.

BabelBabe said...

Lovely, lovely. Have you considered a second career as a freelance photog?

meggie said...

Beatutiful Photos.
Thankyou for posting them.

My float said...

A beautiful post. Just "being" is sadly underrated, I'm afraid. I love it myself, and I think it's the best gift we can give our children.

telfair said...

GOSH I miss Melbourne.

It's supposed to SNOW here tomorrow, can I just tell you?

Beautiful pics of beautiful kids in a beautiful place.

Em said...

Lovely!

We went and fed all the baby ducklings at the river near our house yesterday. It was delightful.

Surfing Free said...

I wish we had a river to escape to :) I feel relaxed just looking at your photos.

herhimnbryn said...

Oh! They could be from 'Swallows and Amazons'!

Gina said...

Amazing photos! Picture perfect.

daysgoby said...

Oh, Suse, they're beautiful.

sherry said...

Smile. Golden afternoons like that are so wonderful. And what lovely pictures you have to remember it by.

shula said...

absolutely.

jen said...

those are some truly radiant photos. stunning.

sueeeus said...

beautiful. I like son's shirt with the tail end of something.

Suse said...

Sueeeus, it's the rear end of an elephant. The front of the tee has the front of the elephant. (Grandparents brought them back from Sri Lanka last year ... along with the elephant dung paper blogged about once long ago).