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  • Shout out to the fantastic @artisancafeblackwood! It's great to see them using local South Australian products in their delicious coffees! 
#Repost @artisancafeblackwood • • • • • •

Did you know the milk we use is made right here in South Australia? We only use the best, and Paris Creek Farms Organic Dairy is the perfect creamy milk for your daily coffee 💖😋
  • Shout out to the fantastic @artisancafeblackwood! It's great to see them using local South Australian products in their delicious coffees!
    #Repost @artisancafeblackwood • • • • • •

    Did you know the milk we use is made right here in South Australia? We only use the best, and Paris Creek Farms Organic Dairy is the perfect creamy milk for your daily coffee 💖😋
  •  61  3  11 hours ago

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  • Hmmm. I think I need to invest in a pair of waders.... the pipe coming out of the spring to feed a trough is blocked...
#procrastinationfail 
PS. If someone ever asks if springs rise before rainfall... YES.
#aussiefarms #nature
  • Hmmm. I think I need to invest in a pair of waders.... the pipe coming out of the spring to feed a trough is blocked...
    #procrastinationfail
    PS. If someone ever asks if springs rise before rainfall... YES.
    #aussiefarms #nature
  •  53  0  24 May, 2019
  • We care about our planet!
  • We care about our planet!
  •  78  2  24 May, 2019
  • It’s finally here! I’m jumping out of my jocks excited to finally launch the first story as part of our new series, The Makers, in partnership with my (and Trav’s) favourite merino wool bedding company @shleep_well !
I travelled to the small town of Jamestown in South Oz to meet two Australian woolgrowers, Sandy and Di Martin. Head over to ‘Pillow Talk’ on @shleep_well’s site to read their story.
Link in bio.
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#themakers #wool #sheep #thetruthaboutwool #merino #aussiefarms #agchatoz #workingdog
  • It’s finally here! I’m jumping out of my jocks excited to finally launch the first story as part of our new series, The Makers, in partnership with my (and Trav’s) favourite merino wool bedding company @shleep_well !
    I travelled to the small town of Jamestown in South Oz to meet two Australian woolgrowers, Sandy and Di Martin. Head over to ‘Pillow Talk’ on @shleep_well’s site to read their story.
    Link in bio.
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    #themakers #wool #sheep #thetruthaboutwool #merino #aussiefarms #agchatoz #workingdog
  •  265  4  24 May, 2019
  • Posted @withrepost • @sienaariel VEGAN: IN DEFENCE OF ALL LIFE
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We liberated 17 individuals. But when I think about being in that shed, all I can remember is the thousands of other birds we left behind to die. The thousands that are left behind at each rescue, because they simply aren’t as lucky.
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I’m vegan for her.
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For the countless ones in that shed who had already succumbed to the harsh reality they lived in, whose lifeless and broken bodies lay forgotten, crushed beneath others of their own kind.
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I’m vegan because taste, convenience or habit can never justify what we do to them in the name of “social normality”.
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But more than that, I’m vegan for the ones left behind. For the ones still struggling to survive, but who for the most part have given up because the world they know is not a world worth living in.
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I’m vegan for life, and in defence of all life.
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Align your actions with your morals, and stop being the reason they are in the very places you don’t want to see with your own eyes.
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#animalliberation #vegan #animalrights #animalrightsactivist #veganactivism #veganactivist #vegansofig #aussiefarms #animalactivism #animallovers #govegan #bethechange
  • Posted @withrepost@sienaariel VEGAN: IN DEFENCE OF ALL LIFE
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    We liberated 17 individuals. But when I think about being in that shed, all I can remember is the thousands of other birds we left behind to die. The thousands that are left behind at each rescue, because they simply aren’t as lucky.
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    I’m vegan for her.
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    For the countless ones in that shed who had already succumbed to the harsh reality they lived in, whose lifeless and broken bodies lay forgotten, crushed beneath others of their own kind.
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    I’m vegan because taste, convenience or habit can never justify what we do to them in the name of “social normality”.
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    But more than that, I’m vegan for the ones left behind. For the ones still struggling to survive, but who for the most part have given up because the world they know is not a world worth living in.
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    I’m vegan for life, and in defence of all life.
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    Align your actions with your morals, and stop being the reason they are in the very places you don’t want to see with your own eyes.
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    #animalliberation #vegan #animalrights #animalrightsactivist #veganactivism #veganactivist #vegansofig #aussiefarms #animalactivism #animallovers #govegan #bethechange
  •  30  0  23 May, 2019
  • This is how much farmers “love” their animals - as a mother this really hurts my heart because when you breast feed and get engorged breasts, mastitis, and lumps it’s one of the most uncomfortable pains you can ever experience which you can’t even begin to comprehend unless you’ve actually felt the pain yourself. Us women can at least get our child to try and stimulate and suck and relieve the pain, get rid of the lumps, we can use a breast pump, take a hot shower or go see the dr and get antibiotics if it gets out of control. This poor mother is completely in the hands of a farmer who doesn’t realize what a terrible condition this is, and I can’t imagine that this sheep is not suffering from pyrexia cause of the obvious inflammation.
How can this EVER be okay?
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Unfuck the world Go Vegan
#Vegan4ElliesFuture
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Repost; @whoisjoanne
Posted in a farming group; bragging about the massive udder of this sheep (scroll)
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Her reproductive system does not exist for humans to hijack. This also looks extremely painful for her
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What are we doing to these innocent and vulnerable animals? Why can’t people see how immoral this is?
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#govegan #vegan #veganforanimals #notyourmomnotyourmilk #dairy #sheep #lamb #farmers #dairyindustry #breastfeeding #aussiefarms #aussiedairyfarmer #dairyisscary #mastitis #breastfeeding #bröstmjölk #mjölksanningen #amning #breastpump #newmother
  • This is how much farmers “love” their animals - as a mother this really hurts my heart because when you breast feed and get engorged breasts, mastitis, and lumps it’s one of the most uncomfortable pains you can ever experience which you can’t even begin to comprehend unless you’ve actually felt the pain yourself. Us women can at least get our child to try and stimulate and suck and relieve the pain, get rid of the lumps, we can use a breast pump, take a hot shower or go see the dr and get antibiotics if it gets out of control. This poor mother is completely in the hands of a farmer who doesn’t realize what a terrible condition this is, and I can’t imagine that this sheep is not suffering from pyrexia cause of the obvious inflammation.
    How can this EVER be okay?
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    Unfuck the world Go Vegan
    #Vegan4ElliesFuture
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    Repost; @whoisjoanne
    Posted in a farming group; bragging about the massive udder of this sheep (scroll)
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    Her reproductive system does not exist for humans to hijack. This also looks extremely painful for her
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    What are we doing to these innocent and vulnerable animals? Why can’t people see how immoral this is?
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    #govegan #vegan #veganforanimals #notyourmomnotyourmilk #dairy #sheep #lamb #farmers #dairyindustry #breastfeeding #aussiefarms #aussiedairyfarmer #dairyisscary #mastitis #breastfeeding #bröstmjölk #mjölksanningen #amning #breastpump #newmother
  •  28  2  19 May, 2019
  • Interesting times back in Australia today... with many ‘in-the-know’, from pollsters to punters, predicting a Labor win (leftish side of politics) it came as some surprise to see the Liberal coalition government storm back in. Australia is important to us — Pat’s an Aussie for one, and it’s where we met, where we developed our careers, and where so many of our friends and family still live. This morning we’ve been reading the analysis, the dissections, and the hot takes on why Labor blew it and one comment stands out. It’s about climate change, something that’s constantly front of mind for us as #youngfarmers . Former PM Tony Abbott said in his concession speech: “Where climate change is a moral issue, we Liberals do it tough. Where climate change is an economic issue, as the result tonight shows, we do very, very well.” Peter Fitzsimons wrote about this line in the @sydneymorningherald saying “Herein, the lesson. In Australia in 2019, you can forget your moral arguments of what is right and wrong for the future and all that stuff. Just win the economic argument for what will put money in the pocket right now, and you win government.”
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Thoughts on this = WTF! How are we ever going to reach targets, change course etc. if people shy from the moral conundrum we all face. 😞
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#climatechangeisreal #sustainablefarming #sustainableagriculture #australianfarming #ausfarmingpix #nzfarming #aussiefarms #cattlefarming #ranchlife #organicfarming #regenerativeagriculture #knowyourfood #knowyourfarmer #eatlocal #foodispolitical #farmersforclimateaction
  • Interesting times back in Australia today... with many ‘in-the-know’, from pollsters to punters, predicting a Labor win (leftish side of politics) it came as some surprise to see the Liberal coalition government storm back in. Australia is important to us — Pat’s an Aussie for one, and it’s where we met, where we developed our careers, and where so many of our friends and family still live. This morning we’ve been reading the analysis, the dissections, and the hot takes on why Labor blew it and one comment stands out. It’s about climate change, something that’s constantly front of mind for us as #youngfarmers . Former PM Tony Abbott said in his concession speech: “Where climate change is a moral issue, we Liberals do it tough. Where climate change is an economic issue, as the result tonight shows, we do very, very well.” Peter Fitzsimons wrote about this line in the @sydneymorningherald saying “Herein, the lesson. In Australia in 2019, you can forget your moral arguments of what is right and wrong for the future and all that stuff. Just win the economic argument for what will put money in the pocket right now, and you win government.”

    Thoughts on this = WTF! How are we ever going to reach targets, change course etc. if people shy from the moral conundrum we all face. 😞
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    #climatechangeisreal #sustainablefarming #sustainableagriculture #australianfarming #ausfarmingpix #nzfarming #aussiefarms #cattlefarming #ranchlife #organicfarming #regenerativeagriculture #knowyourfood #knowyourfarmer #eatlocal #foodispolitical #farmersforclimateaction
  •  150  12  18 May, 2019
  • What a sexy looking duo 😍 Together or separate these 2 can give your body so much goodness. From omegas 3,6 and 9 through to the full branch of 20 amino acids, proteins, fibers and you will not get high !! your body will love you after.  Check out our ig page for ideas on how to use our delicious sustainable hemp goodness. And remember support local support aussie. 
Click on tags to find a stockist hear you

#minibreakover #goodbeback #hempfoods #aussiefarms #hempseeds
#hemphearts #hempseedoil
  • What a sexy looking duo 😍 Together or separate these 2 can give your body so much goodness. From omegas 3,6 and 9 through to the full branch of 20 amino acids, proteins, fibers and you will not get high !! your body will love you after. Check out our ig page for ideas on how to use our delicious sustainable hemp goodness. And remember support local support aussie.
    Click on tags to find a stockist hear you

    #minibreakover #goodbeback #hempfoods #aussiefarms #hempseeds
    #hemphearts #hempseedoil
  •  38  0  14 May, 2019
  • The yards are finally getting some progress! We had to wait for rain because we needed to do some grinding around the ramp and didn’t want to set any fires while it was so dry. Bonus Arnie testing out the crush at the end!
  • The yards are finally getting some progress! We had to wait for rain because we needed to do some grinding around the ramp and didn’t want to set any fires while it was so dry. Bonus Arnie testing out the crush at the end!
  •  63  1  13 May, 2019
  • Dairy farmers,
I know certain farm protocols are set in place “for a reason”
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I know you separate the calves from their mothers after birth, for a reason. I know disbudding (or dehorning) is done, for a reason. I know you house the cows primarily indoors, for a reason. I know the cows live on cement, for a reason. I know the metal bars containing the cows are there, for a reason. I know you choose to artificially inseminate the cows, for a reason. I know you sell the baby boys, for a reason. I know the cow’s are sent to slaughter, for a reason. That reason is to provide for your family and supply food & drink products to the masses.
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There are endless ways that we can earn an income these days, however, is cow’s milk necessary for humans? Can we survive and live happily & healthfully without cow’s milk? If so, why are we still doing all of the above mentioned? Is the production & consumption of cow’s milk contributing to the improvement of our human population or the health of our planet?
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These are questions I had to ask myself when I still consumed dairy products.
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Farmers, I am not against you. Farming animals, and consuming dairy, has become extremely normalized in our society. I get it. But the farming of animals is only becoming less & less acceptable. I want farmers to be successful and to provide for their families, without the use of animals. It IS achievable. More & more animal farmers are switching over to plant farming for a new reason - the world is shifting. Meat, dairy, & eggs are only becoming less-profitable and plant-based diets are steadily increasing worldwide.
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There are resources and grants available to farmers for this very reason. The Vegan Society can help you every step of the way. I’m not saying it will happen overnight, or be easy, but it WILL be worth it. Sustainably, profitably, and ethically you will only improve.
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There are so many inspiring stories of countless animal farmers all over the world who have switched over to plant farming. If an animal farmer is reading this, I encourage you to look into their stories and even reach out to those people for insight.
Nothing good ever came easy.
It is time for us to evolve.
  • Dairy farmers,
    I know certain farm protocols are set in place “for a reason”
    🐄
    I know you separate the calves from their mothers after birth, for a reason. I know disbudding (or dehorning) is done, for a reason. I know you house the cows primarily indoors, for a reason. I know the cows live on cement, for a reason. I know the metal bars containing the cows are there, for a reason. I know you choose to artificially inseminate the cows, for a reason. I know you sell the baby boys, for a reason. I know the cow’s are sent to slaughter, for a reason. That reason is to provide for your family and supply food & drink products to the masses.
    🐄
    There are endless ways that we can earn an income these days, however, is cow’s milk necessary for humans? Can we survive and live happily & healthfully without cow’s milk? If so, why are we still doing all of the above mentioned? Is the production & consumption of cow’s milk contributing to the improvement of our human population or the health of our planet?
    🐄
    These are questions I had to ask myself when I still consumed dairy products.
    🐄
    Farmers, I am not against you. Farming animals, and consuming dairy, has become extremely normalized in our society. I get it. But the farming of animals is only becoming less & less acceptable. I want farmers to be successful and to provide for their families, without the use of animals. It IS achievable. More & more animal farmers are switching over to plant farming for a new reason - the world is shifting. Meat, dairy, & eggs are only becoming less-profitable and plant-based diets are steadily increasing worldwide.
    🐄
    There are resources and grants available to farmers for this very reason. The Vegan Society can help you every step of the way. I’m not saying it will happen overnight, or be easy, but it WILL be worth it. Sustainably, profitably, and ethically you will only improve.
    🐄
    There are so many inspiring stories of countless animal farmers all over the world who have switched over to plant farming. If an animal farmer is reading this, I encourage you to look into their stories and even reach out to those people for insight.
    Nothing good ever came easy.
    It is time for us to evolve.
  •  12  1  12 May, 2019
  • A common and sobering sight in Australia. This dam hasn’t contained water for a long time. It is just a small dam on a tiny property but it is representative of a far larger issue. Much of NSW is suffering through a drought and although, some recent rain (hence the green tinge) offered some relief, much more is needed. The problem is the government has mismanaged the waterways and allowed massive, unimaginable amounts of forest clearing to take place in the name of ‘animal agriculture’. When will we learn? We are on the brink of collapse and governments want to continue the status quo. It’s time for everyone to make choices for the future. Everyone can have any impact. Our decision can influence governments and policy changes. We can do seemingly small things that have a huge impact. We can eat far less meat, dairy & animal products, we can turn off the tap, take shorter showers, minimize washing our cars and, most importantly, we can vote for change. We can choose politicians and political parties that put climate change at the top of the agenda. (I’ll give you a hint...that’s not the coalition). Australia votes in 9 days. Let’s hope #thelanddownunder makes good decisions!
#noplanetb #Earth #mostlymountains
  • A common and sobering sight in Australia. This dam hasn’t contained water for a long time. It is just a small dam on a tiny property but it is representative of a far larger issue. Much of NSW is suffering through a drought and although, some recent rain (hence the green tinge) offered some relief, much more is needed. The problem is the government has mismanaged the waterways and allowed massive, unimaginable amounts of forest clearing to take place in the name of ‘animal agriculture’. When will we learn? We are on the brink of collapse and governments want to continue the status quo. It’s time for everyone to make choices for the future. Everyone can have any impact. Our decision can influence governments and policy changes. We can do seemingly small things that have a huge impact. We can eat far less meat, dairy & animal products, we can turn off the tap, take shorter showers, minimize washing our cars and, most importantly, we can vote for change. We can choose politicians and political parties that put climate change at the top of the agenda. (I’ll give you a hint...that’s not the coalition). Australia votes in 9 days. Let’s hope #thelanddownunder makes good decisions!
    #noplanetb #Earth #mostlymountains
  •  733  18  8 May, 2019
  • Na semana passada, o procurador-geral da Austrália, Christian Porter, voltou a dizer que ativistas dos direitos animais que divulgarem dados de fazendas podem ser condenados a um ano de prisão, sob a alegação de que as informações podem ser utilizadas para promover perseguições e ameaças contra agropecuaristas e seus familiares.

A medida já havia sido considerada pelo primeiro-ministro durante os protestos realizados na Austrália no mês passado, quando Scott Morrison declarou que a Aussie Farms, organização responsável pela produção do documentário “Dominion”, disponibilizou em seu site um banco de dados com mais de 14 mil fotos, vídeos e documentos de investigações realizadas na Austrália, além de um mapa interativo que mostra a localização de mais de cinco mil fazendas industriais e matadouros em todo o país.

O objetivo, segundo a Aussie Farms, é mostrar que o sofrimento dos animais criados nesse sistema não se resume a exceções, fatos pontuais. A iniciativa é resultado de um trabalho de oito anos do cineasta e ativista Chris Delforce.

Ao disponibilizar os arquivos envolvendo as fazendas industriais e os matadouros, a organização argumenta que a intenção é forçar quem é do ramo a atuar com transparência, já que a realidade da cadeia de produção de alimentos de origem animal normalmente está distante dos consumidores. “Acreditamos na liberdade de informação como uma ferramenta poderosa na luta contra o abuso e a exploração de animais. Defendemos que os consumidores têm o direito de saber da existência, localização e operações desses negócios”, justificou Delforce.

No entanto, a leitura feita pelo governo australiano é outra, e classifica a divulgação de dados de fazendas como uma ameaça à integridade e ao sustento de agropecuaristas e de muitos trabalhadores.

Morrison afirmou, segundo o 9News, que os fazendeiros “estão sendo alvejados da forma mais mercenária por uma organização que só pensa em si mesma e não nos danos reais causados à subsistência de australianos trabalhadores”. Foto: Meat The Victims  #vegazeta #vegazetabr #noticias #ativismo #ativistas #direitosanimais #animalrights #australia #aussiefarms #vegan #vegano #veganos #vegans
  • Na semana passada, o procurador-geral da Austrália, Christian Porter, voltou a dizer que ativistas dos direitos animais que divulgarem dados de fazendas podem ser condenados a um ano de prisão, sob a alegação de que as informações podem ser utilizadas para promover perseguições e ameaças contra agropecuaristas e seus familiares.

    A medida já havia sido considerada pelo primeiro-ministro durante os protestos realizados na Austrália no mês passado, quando Scott Morrison declarou que a Aussie Farms, organização responsável pela produção do documentário “Dominion”, disponibilizou em seu site um banco de dados com mais de 14 mil fotos, vídeos e documentos de investigações realizadas na Austrália, além de um mapa interativo que mostra a localização de mais de cinco mil fazendas industriais e matadouros em todo o país.

    O objetivo, segundo a Aussie Farms, é mostrar que o sofrimento dos animais criados nesse sistema não se resume a exceções, fatos pontuais. A iniciativa é resultado de um trabalho de oito anos do cineasta e ativista Chris Delforce.

    Ao disponibilizar os arquivos envolvendo as fazendas industriais e os matadouros, a organização argumenta que a intenção é forçar quem é do ramo a atuar com transparência, já que a realidade da cadeia de produção de alimentos de origem animal normalmente está distante dos consumidores. “Acreditamos na liberdade de informação como uma ferramenta poderosa na luta contra o abuso e a exploração de animais. Defendemos que os consumidores têm o direito de saber da existência, localização e operações desses negócios”, justificou Delforce.

    No entanto, a leitura feita pelo governo australiano é outra, e classifica a divulgação de dados de fazendas como uma ameaça à integridade e ao sustento de agropecuaristas e de muitos trabalhadores.

    Morrison afirmou, segundo o 9News, que os fazendeiros “estão sendo alvejados da forma mais mercenária por uma organização que só pensa em si mesma e não nos danos reais causados à subsistência de australianos trabalhadores”. Foto: Meat The Victims #vegazeta #vegazetabr #noticias #ativismo #ativistas #direitosanimais #animalrights #australia #aussiefarms #vegan #vegano #veganos #vegans
  •  225  11  8 May, 2019
  • I woke up, looked at the time & saw I was five minutes after sunrise. I ambled outside, looked to the east and realized I wasn’t too late. After running around like a madman trying to find decent composition I just threw caution to the wind, aimed at these trees and hoped for the best!
#mostymountains #homesweethome
  • I woke up, looked at the time & saw I was five minutes after sunrise. I ambled outside, looked to the east and realized I wasn’t too late. After running around like a madman trying to find decent composition I just threw caution to the wind, aimed at these trees and hoped for the best!
    #mostymountains #homesweethome
  •  789  19  6 May, 2019

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  • After a rainy start to the day, the clouds began to part and we were blessed with a beautiful sky to enjoy all the music at the @australiancelticfestival. As we were leaving I insisted we drive just down the road to check out this spot for a potential Milky Way shot. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the right angle for tonight’s sky (I am too jet lagged for all that anyway) however, it turns out it wasn’t a bad sunset spot. 
#mostlymountains
  • After a rainy start to the day, the clouds began to part and we were blessed with a beautiful sky to enjoy all the music at the @australiancelticfestival. As we were leaving I insisted we drive just down the road to check out this spot for a potential Milky Way shot. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the right angle for tonight’s sky (I am too jet lagged for all that anyway) however, it turns out it wasn’t a bad sunset spot.
    #mostlymountains
  •  980  31  4 May, 2019

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  • I woke up, looked at the time & saw I was five minutes after sunrise. I ambled outside, looked to the east and realized I wasn’t too late. After running around like a madman trying to find decent composition I just threw caution to the wind, aimed at these trees and hoped for the best!
#mostymountains #homesweethome
  • I woke up, looked at the time & saw I was five minutes after sunrise. I ambled outside, looked to the east and realized I wasn’t too late. After running around like a madman trying to find decent composition I just threw caution to the wind, aimed at these trees and hoped for the best!
    #mostymountains #homesweethome
  •  789  19  6 May, 2019
  • Stoked to be back #downunder! Even if crossing the international dateline meant my birthday didn’t happen! I’ll be in #Australia for the next month! Can’t wait to take heaps and heaps of photos of good ol’ Aussie bushscapes and coastscapes!
#mostlymountains
  • Stoked to be back #downunder! Even if crossing the international dateline meant my birthday didn’t happen! I’ll be in #Australia for the next month! Can’t wait to take heaps and heaps of photos of good ol’ Aussie bushscapes and coastscapes!
    #mostlymountains
  •  1,014  42  3 May, 2019

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  • After spending their entire lives in a farm shed with no access to water for swimming, paddling or bathing, today these ducks were able to experience water for the first time. It happened inside 'Luv-a-duck' slaughterhouse on the day they were scheduled to die. .

Ducks are aquatic birds, so their legs are not strong enough to support their bodies on land for long periods of time, especially when they are extremely overgrown from years of selective breeding for meat. Many of these birds struggled to walk, had open wounds and missing feathers. But even with their broken bodies, being in water was so natural for them - it's where they belong. .

When an animal is a commodity, their needs will always come second to their profitability. There's no humane way to kill someone who doesn't want to die. Make kinder choices. ❤️ .

More info at www.killaduck.com .

#dominionmovement #wewillrisetogether
#luvaduck #killaduck #aussiefarms #vegan #animalliberation
  • After spending their entire lives in a farm shed with no access to water for swimming, paddling or bathing, today these ducks were able to experience water for the first time. It happened inside 'Luv-a-duck' slaughterhouse on the day they were scheduled to die. .

    Ducks are aquatic birds, so their legs are not strong enough to support their bodies on land for long periods of time, especially when they are extremely overgrown from years of selective breeding for meat. Many of these birds struggled to walk, had open wounds and missing feathers. But even with their broken bodies, being in water was so natural for them - it's where they belong. .

    When an animal is a commodity, their needs will always come second to their profitability. There's no humane way to kill someone who doesn't want to die. Make kinder choices. ❤️ .

    More info at www.killaduck.com .

    #dominionmovement #wewillrisetogether
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