It has been a while since my last photographic outing. I have had my wonderful sister up with her husband and lovely dog Buffy. They are grey nomads and shun the cold winter of Orange each year and meander up to the coast in their caravan and usually stay near me for a month. We have had a great time and it was sad to see them go.
The only upside is I can now take some time to explore and take photos again. So this last Sunday I went out with a friend to do just that. The wonderful thing about where I live is that depending which way I want to go, I have the surf and the country are only minutes away.
This Sunday we chose the country and went down just to the west of Kingscliff to Cudgen (about a 15 minutes drive from Tweed) and meandered around the hills to Duranbah and back. Just a short drive but very refreshing. We went past tilled paddocks ready for planting, horses and cattle and rolling green hills overlooking the valley near Murwillumbah. Gee we are lucky to have such a diverse landscape.
I feel spoilt for choice.
Here is a “feel” of Cudgen and surrounds 🙂