Have a wonderful creative day and evening, friends. This is a line and wash artwork in ink and watercolour of a scene I painted on Slaughter Yard Road in the Central Highlands of Victoria.
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Josephine Falls is inland from Innisfail, Oueensland, Australia. It is a beautiful spot that's easy to access. It's a popular swimming spot for some backpackers who ignore the warning signs not to swim here. As a result, lives have been lost. Commonsense isn't always common.
Just downstream from Josephine Falls is Golden Hole. It is a lovely waterhole with crystal clear water that reflect the lush rainforest surrounds. There wasn't a swimmer in sight. It appears that people do take more notice of the beware of crocodiles warning sign.
Back from that lovely bush walk to Josephine Falls. One of the easy access falls, 1600 return walk on well made path, beautiful. Indigo stayed in the car and Reg and I took turns to do the walk.
Back at the beach-side camp now: Reg is fishing again, as I write. I'll join him shortly. Vegetables and fresh caught and cooked fish for dinner tonight
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