Posts Tagged 'Nature'

living seashells nowhere near the sea…

Nypo was a homestead from 1910 to 1953. It’s on the road to Wyperfeld National Park. I haven’t managed to discover anything about Nypo, and why only the chimney was left behind. Perhaps it was the weird insects that grow themselves seashells to live in that tipped them over the edge!!!!!  [Where are the zombies, there must be zombies…]

The close up of the front bricks isn’t just because I like bricks. In this case, I liked how they went to the trouble of finding perfect little bits of wood to fill gaps in the mortar. Can’t have that arch collapsing now, the whole house might fall down.

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late day red neon…

late day red neon at Lake Hindmarsh

Where: near Schulzes Beach at Lake Hindmarsh

life from death on Lake Hindmarsh…

So many plants lost the battle against the salty soil and lack of water at Lake Hindmarsh. I appreciated the tenacity of some Australian plants though when I spotted this small patch of green making the most of inroads by its predecessor to reach down to moisture.

life from death on Lake Hindmarsh

Where: dusk near Schulzes Beach at Lake Hindmarsh

low tide at Liptrap…

A secret, massive beach at Cape Liptrap Coastal Park almost all to ourselves. A massive sandbank created a huge deep, calm pool along the shore that began to transform as the tide turned. Magic.

a flower from a flower from a flower…

Cape Liptrap flowers

Where: Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, by the pathway from the secret campground to the beach

apocalypse driftwood…

Inverloch 2

Where: Inverloch near the tidal pool


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