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Thursday, 21 June 2012

A grand old lady falls.
When we first came to the island, this is a photo we took.

Same tree's today, a grand old lady has fallen.

More light is entering the entrance of the lagoon and the tree still has green leaves and is starting to flower.

One of the things that amazed me when we first came to the island is the gigantic size of the paper barks.

Looking towards the lagoon, we could see the tops of the paper bark tree's were flowering.

The noice of the Lorikeets is exstremly loud as these amazing Parrots feed on the necter.

       Rain Bow Lorrikeets are plentiful, they strip tree's of there flower in search of the necter.

This combination of orange honey suckle and white wattle flower should be stunning when the flowers open. We hope to return to capture it.

The wattles flower spiradicaly which alters landscapes daily.

This native plant has a unusual flower.

It would be good to return and document the fruit.

Unusual fruit.


Leaving the lagoon it always amazed me that, where this photo was taken was the midldle of Hourse shoe Bay suburb.

A big thank you to my beautiful wife whose photography contributes so much to this blog.

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