As we’ve travelled around the southern edges of Australia we’ve discovered how quickly the weather can change. This morning we awoke to a beautiful clear sky, even though the forecast hadn’t looked very good. Sure enough, by the time we were ready to go out the clouds had come over and the blue sky had disappeared. On the other hand, when we set out yesterday it was overcast with a couple of very light showers in the morning, but we still managed to get some great blue-sky photos!
The town of Inneston was built around gypsum mining in the late 1800s and early 1900s. They obviously did a good job of preparing a hard pitch, but the outfield looks a little slow.