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Skywrite Past the Tree

A few weeks ago I went for a short walk near home. Not that unusual, really. Anyway, I went for a short walk and took some photos, which also is not something worth mentioning. I mean, if I had taken … Continue reading

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Frangipani Tree in Sunset’s Light

Here’s part of a tree near where I live. The photo was taken a few months ago. I can’t remember if the tree is still bearing flowers. Should probably have a look on my way home. I like how the … Continue reading

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Barren Vegetation on a Dune

Another shot taken from the Hawks Nest Dunes. I had a bit of difficulty in choosing which version to go for; hence both being included. The monochrome version has a nice contrast to it. The barren vegetation becomes more¬† hard … Continue reading

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Dry and Wilted Plant

I know not what plant this is. I do know that it is dry and wilted. I took this whilst traipsing through Sydney Park a number of weeks ago. We’ve entered what feels like a dry season and there’s a … Continue reading

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Jacaranda mimosifolia

A beautiful, yet invasive plant species for Australia. Jacaranda mimosifolia‘s flowers bloom around this time of year, hence my ability to get the photo. At least, I think that it blooms around this time of year. Leanne Cole¬†recently has started … Continue reading

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Sparrow Upon a Branch

This was taken at the same location as the Rakali. There were a few sparrows, although we only saw one at a time. They would look at the food, fly to it when the Rakali were absent and take some … Continue reading

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Angular Tree

A tree that has grown away from St Kilda Beach. I find myself wondering as to how much this has to do with coastal winds. The tree looks massive and strong, and has some strong leaf growth on it, I … Continue reading

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