The water garden is as fresh as can be in spring, trees green and water covered with a blanket of green looking solid enough to walk on. No wonder there is anotice that indicates there is deep water.
Looking down on surrounding
Penshurst from Mt Rouse is always fascinating.
I reflect on the artist Napier Waller, whose name nearby Mt Napier bears, whom my research suggests is Australia’s first print maker. I am looking towards his birthplace here.
‘Bantams’ by Napier Waller, relief linocut print- c 1932
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