For Becky’s SquareOdds challenge, this quirky collection of windmills from Penong, in the far west of South Australia. The outdoor … More
Category: Becky’s squares
SquareOdds#4 – weeds
These odd and nasty-looking weeds were along the path leading to Murphy’s Haystacks. Their inner formation is quite beautiful, but … More
For Becky’s squares challenge, I do find these birds both beautiful and odd
A colourful end
Something colourful for the last entry in Becky’s July squares.
A beautiful tree when in flower, at the Mt Lofty Botanic Park where it is not native, for Becky’s squares. … More
At the end of a rainbow
For Becky’s squares.
Killer trees – the strangler
The strangler fig is a type of Ficus that grows in tropical rainforests and gets its name from the habit … More
For Becky’s squares. I just love ’em.
Near Cradle Mountain, in Tasmania, is Enchanted Forest Walk. The scenery on this 1.6km trail is worthy of the name … More
The tall Mountain Ash trees of Mount Donna Buang, in the Alps of Victoria, were a sawyers dream when they … More
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