Category Archive for 'General nature.'

A few things.

In the early days the local Gippsland Red Gums were heavily utilised for fencing and milling, consequently big old trees with ages numbered in hundreds of years are now mainly found on roadside reserves, with the odd individual found on farming land, where in many cases their days are numbered. When I visited a friend’s […]

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….through the bush, not looking for anything specific, just pictures when and where they crop up. First to catch the eye, a bracket fungus on a dry log, click. It’s that time of year when the greenhoods are pushing up and catching the eye. The Trim has been up for a while and now the […]

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