A broad area was cut as you enter the Nature Reserve
But then it narrowed to about a meter (or 3 feet) wide
I nearly got caught up in the prickly spikes of this thistle.
Stepping off the cut path only a foot or so revealed this narrow opening in which I could see open water.
2 feet next to my left leg were reeds some 6-8 feet high and totally hid the lake edge
I came across this lovely bush of what looks like Geraldton Wax (Chamaelaucium), but I couldn’t be sure of its identity. Maybe its a slightly different variety of the one I had photographed in the Royal Botanic Gardens.
This image was made on the Pipemakers Park side of the Nature Reserve.
I read a 2015 report last night of the environmental state of Frogs Hollow Wetlands and Pipemakers Park and the need for clearing out the invading weeds and overgrown pond and lake surrounds. 589 more words