Yesterday, on a whim, I drove to one part of Mt Crawford forest at the southern end of South Australia's Barossa Valley. The forest contains several campsites and walking trails with terrain that was undulating, grassy and punctuated by huge rock formations here and there. A number of brave campers had set up their tents (brrr!) and caravans in various locations, well spaced from one another. Upon leaving my car, it wasn't long before an astonishing number, and variety of funghi became obvious ....
Friday, June 24, 2022
Sunday, June 19, 2022
Come walk with me through more of Tara Bulga National Park in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia . . . leave behind for a while the craziness, stress and pace of today's life, as you soak up the wonderful peace offered by nature .....
These quirky creations were at the entrance of a property within the park
Saturday, June 18, 2022
. . . . the best of which was the one below - I'm sure every Australian is SO thankful to all those first responders, nurses, firies, medicos, ambos and everyone else behind the scenes who have - and continue to - put their lives as risk in the course of protecting our nation during the outbreak of Covid and its variants - Bravo !
These colourful Banksia were in the gardens adjacent to Sale's wonderful library, community centre, art gallery and coffee shop
. . . . and opposite is the Marina
It is always a pleasure to visit and appreciate Victoria's nature, countryside, greenery and cooler climate, so in the words of Arnold Schwarznegger - I'll be back! (God willing :-) )..
Linking up with Weekend reflection and thanking James, the host