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Dusk After Rain: rose curlicue 

Blue Moon rose on my verandah, shot against the dusky, post-sunset sky.

Panasonic Lumix GX7, 20mm f1.7 lens, no filter. Border applied in Snapseed app.


Lake Buninjon, Willaura: in a rut 

This shot was taken about a month ago; after this week’s heavy rainfall, I’m sure it would look quite different now!


Yallakar State Forest: diminutively standing tall

Don’t let its upstanding poise fool you, this greenhood orchid is quite tiny – I nearly didn’t see this group.


Seeing Things Differently: developing an appreciation for curated collections 

This week I have been ‘curating’ a small collection of my photos for a tiny, handmade book project. Initially, my brief was to use photos of tiny native plants, but as I worked through a selection I started to see a theme emerge of ‘looking down’. 76 more words


Good Ole Boys: August morning tea run to Coleraine

I am fortunate to be a member of the local car and bike club, the Good Ole Boys, based at Edenhope in the West Wimmera. Every month the members can join the morning tea run, organised by a couple of the gang, to visit various locations around the Wimmera and South East SA. 136 more words


To The Top! a twining, striving sundew 

What do you do when you’re a landlocked sundew plant, hungry for fresh insect flesh? You strike out and climb up a neighbouring bush and maximise exposure! 7 more words