Monday, 14 March 2011

Early autumn walk


 I found time to go for a short walk in North Lawson Park this weekend.  I didn't go anywhere in particular and saw no waterfalls or escarpment views, just a lovely stroll through the bush looking for the evidence of the change of season. Australian forests are largely evergreen eucalypts so the change is subtle but still there.  Over the next two weeks let's see what we find.

7 comments:

  1. I've not spent much time in the bush lately. That needs to be remedied...

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  2. Isn't it lovely to walk aimlessly, especially in such a beautiful place:)

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  3. From where I am sat here in Yorkshire this path through the bush is pretty exotic, with or without a waterfall.
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  4. Joan, I'm sure you'll find lots of interesting subjects in autumn to show us. :-)

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  5. Beaut, I love a nice walk - nothing planned. Looking forward to what you see.

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