What a discovery! My camera takes a clear photo through a grimy, dusty windscreen. This means I can capture scenes from the centre of a road that doesn't have room to pull over, and I can include the road, which is part of the charm especially when it's dirt.
These shots chronicle our journey from Wollomombi to Potato Point: the backroad between Uralla and Manilla over Red Jack Mountain; the road out of our campsite at Ganguddy near Rylston; the road through the middle of the black soil plains heading towards Coolah; and the old gold-mining township of Sofala near Bathurst. Everything was splendidly green – Sofala particularly has always looked quite barren on previous trips.