Jindabyne at Easter. Sure, it’s a great place for a country break, but other than heading up to Thredbo and spending a fortune on adventure sports, it’s not that there’s anything to actually, well, do…is there?
Whoever is in charge of these initiatives in the council or the town or whatever, has done a great job in filling programs for long weekends in the summer off-season, although with the number of people heading to the mountains in the summer these days, can it still be called the off-season? I guess it can.
On in town last weekend was a readers writers festival, a bridal fair, a quilters exhibition, assorted art thingies and Easter fairs, and this- Lake Light: Jindy’s version of Sculptures by the Sea.
This is the 14th year the exhibition has been running, and, based on the number of entries, the most successful yet. The sculptures are set up along the lake walk in Banjo Patterson Park, and are illuminated at night- not that we tripped down the mountain for that.
Now, I’m not going to pretend that I understood some of what we saw, but just like art and wine, I know what I like.
I’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking…