Very tall trees reach for the sky near Walpole.
I’m experiencing a few colour management issues at the moment with a new monitor, so it may be that we’ll see a few spots in the daily post over the next few days. Hopefully not too many!
Leighton Beach, North Fremantle.
As an ode to the recent spate of almost Spring like weather, a revisit of some Autumnal warmth as seen from the hills above Salmon Beach, near Windy Harbour in the D’entrecasteaux National Park.
A flag flutters softly in the late evening sunlight on the shores of South Perth’s side of the Swan River.
A single bush survives valiantly on the salt plain on the edge of Yarra Yarra lakes.
The walls loom large from within the base of Jingemia Cave; once a local source of phosphate fertalisers for surrounding farmland (owing to the now inconspicuous bats) and now apart of the Watheroo National Park some two hours north of Perth.
Remember at school when they made you learn proverbs? Who’d know that the only practical application you could find for them was to name photos on your blog 20 years later.
Somewhere south of Kalbarri on the road to Perth.
The simplistic beauty of Yarra Yarra Lakes, in reflection. West of Carnamah in the Northern Wheatbelt.
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