With our ever busy lives, we tend to forget many simple things in life which make us so much happier and appreciative of what we have. Last weekend I was blessed to spend quality time with my two sisters. It's not often we can catch up for an afternoon tea but when we do, we try to make the most of it. We share the same passion for foraging on the rural outskirts of Sydney in the quest of finding a good antique shop or, even better, an op shop.
Sharing with you are some of the photos I took. Hope you'll enjoy them as much as I loved taking them!
Wishing you all a happy and safe Easter!
This little cottage is situated just next to an antique/collectable shop....love the white picket fence.
I'm drawn to the beautiful landscape of Australian countryside
Rolling hills, gum trees...lush green pastures
Sprawling land of sheep, cattle and wheat
Anglican Church at Camden
Rustic look of Gledswood Homestead Winery
After our late lunch at picturesque Picton, we headed towards Camden
To wrap up our get together we sat down to a platter of cheese and crackers at my sister's house
These collections of cheese knives are a flea market find
This little mouse cheese holder is a classic, not only very useful but it's full of character making gathering a tad whimsical
The drive home was rather long and winding but having a girls day out always put a smile on my face