Just a quick jot to say that since I’ve started a new job, posts here might be sporadic for a while until I get my feet under me with the new schedule and responsibilities.

I’d also like to extend a much-belated thanks to everyone for your likes, reblogs and new follows. Hope you’ll hang in there while I settle into a new routine. Thanks so much for being here.

Kingia and Snags :: Kingia grasstrees interspersed with blackened eucalypt snags. Quintessential scenery of the Australian south west, Crooked Brook Forest, Dardanup, Western Australia.
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Kingia and Snags :: Kingia grasstrees interspersed with blackened eucalypt snags. Quintessential scenery of the Australian south west, Crooked Brook Forest, Dardanup, Western Australia.
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Kingia and Snags :: Kingia grasstrees interspersed with blackened eucalypt snags. Quintessential scenery of the Australian south west, Crooked Brook Forest, Dardanup, Western Australia.

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Twin Veils :: Main chutes at Ironstone Gully Falls, Capel River, Western Australia. According to a sign at the site, the area was reserved for Capel River settlers in 1903 for recreational purposes. The last sports meeting here was held in December 1919. Due to the mineral content of the rocks in the basin, the water’s iron content in this area is approximately 38%.
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Twin Veils :: Main chutes at Ironstone Gully Falls, Capel River, Western Australia. According to a sign at the site, the area was reserved for Capel River settlers in 1903 for recreational purposes. The last sports meeting here was held in December 1919. Due to the mineral content of the rocks in the basin, the water’s iron content in this area is approximately 38%.
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Twin Veils :: Main chutes at Ironstone Gully Falls, Capel River, Western Australia. According to a sign at the site, the area was reserved for Capel River settlers in 1903 for recreational purposes. The last sports meeting here was held in December 1919. Due to the mineral content of the rocks in the basin, the water’s iron content in this area is approximately 38%.

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