Australia is an island, so we have plenty of shorelines to share with Becky’s squares.
Cascading along pathways in The Grampians, these wattles, also known as acacia oxycedrus, are a brilliant decoration while you walk. They’re my entry in Cee’s FOTD.
From our recent travels to The Grampians, in Victoria, Australia. There’s a lot of wood, but some mushrooms and waffle cones to make up a selection of seats for Xingfumama’s challenge.
One of the entrances to the Ballarat Botanical Gardens has some neat lines for Becky’s squares.
Gum trees, all lined up for Becky’s squares, in Victoria Valley, the Grampians.
Ballarat Town Hall, opened 1870, has a plethora of lines, going in every conceivable direction and even arranged in squares. Just the thing for Becky’s squares.