LOCKDOWN PICTURES THE weather definitely unleashed a flurry of picture taking over the past week, with contrasting images coming from the calm of a sunset at Blairgowrie by Deb Jordan, left, and Sue Brabender capturing the waves crashing against Mornington pier during one particularly windy day, below left. Grace Fanning, right, looked back on a deserted Dromana beach. But spring is here, as evidenced by Margaret Mead’s backyard lily, right, Glenys Slade’s poinsetta, below, and the blossom hunting bee spotted by Steve Howard, below right. The picture of a hopeful sign on the footpath in last week’s Lockdown Pictures was taken by Lyne Hendrix. Readers are invited to send and share their own pictures, with a short caption, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
EVERYTHING WE’RE DOING IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE Thank you Victoria. As hard as this is, every sacrifice we’re making is making a difference. But we can’t stop now, or lose everything we’ve worked for. We will get through this together.
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29 September 2020
Mornington News 29 September 2020