Old Train Stations and slowing down

Sometimes I have to be realistic and let’s face it, Christmas is less than a week away. I’ve decided to slow down with the blog and take a small kinda break. I will still do Monochrome Madness on Thursday, but that might be it until the new year. I hope you guys don’t mind. Things are a bit crazy here and I’m being pulled into lots of directions.

When I was up in the Mallee recently Chris and I went to a new town for both of us. It was called Murtoa, and we ended up spending a bit of time at the old railway station. There were some train carriages along the track beside some old sheds, so we went for a walk.

I have a few photos.

20 Responses

  1. Have a wonderful break Leanne .. you deserve it 😃

  2. Beautiful photo’s! Merry christmas!

  3. This is a place with so much potential Leanne ! Love your pictures , how great to be able to wander round like that .
    Enjoy your well deserved break , you really shouldn’t feel any need to apologise ! I hope you have a fabulous time with your family and friends over the holidays . You’ll no doubt be cooking up some new ideas and plans as well as some festive fare . Happy Christmas Leanne 🙂

    • I know what you mean Louise, a great deal. It was great not to find big fences up everywhere to stop us. I will have to go back.
      Thank you so much, I’m looking forward to some time off. Oh yes, I have lots of plans, well, I have some ideas that I’m working out the details for now. Merry Christmas Louise, I hope you have a great time with your family and friends.

  4. Great shots as always. Nicely details and rather scenic.

    I hope you enjoy the break!

  5. Love these images, Leanne. I don’t mind at all. Everyone needs a break to enjoy the season. Wishing you all the best for 2017.

  6. Love it. You always find the drama.

    Enjoy the break and time with family.

  7. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Leanne. See you after (excepting MM) 🙂

  8. Have a great Christmas and New Year. We all need a break sometime.

  9. Wonderful images! I love the way you’ve captured the delapudation both in terms of light and texture. I also like the harmony of those neutral tones against the blue.

    Have a wonderful, restful, joy-filled holiday season.

    • Thank you Laura, it was great to see it, it would also be nice to go back to it some time at a different time of day.
      Thank you and all the best to you and your family over the festive season.

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