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Discussion in 'Australia' started by taranaki, Jul 8, 2018.
Bob's lookout, Mulligan Hwy - on the way to Cooktown from Cairns...you expect Zebras and Giraffes...
I went down Goulburn Rd yesterday and went down Bigga Rd for the first time yesterday.
Shack Webster Lookout
I think this is False Sarsaparilla. Please correct me if you know better. Blooming all over the shop and looking great.
A small creek by the side of the road my photography doesn't do justice too.
Ye mighty Lachlan River and the SUV.
I wore the wrong kit and the weather closed in on me, I almost turned around a couple of times but I'm happy I kept at it. The scenery between Bigga and Reid's Flat is pretty sweet. The cats heads are in full bloom and some of the fields are a delightful see of yellow flowers. Almost good enough to make you forget they're evil and will making people squeal in a couple of months.
I strait lined home from Cowra. Turns out the Canola fields are a traffic hazard with all the !@#$% sightseers.
Oberon Dam with some work in front of it. It's kinda scary. Bathurst Council was trying to get water from here all year. Now we're all but 100% and Oberon is still only at about 25%.
IMG_0802 by Drew Jackson, on Flickr
Winton Transport Museum
IMG_1740 by Drew Jackson, on Flickr
IMG_4368 by Drew Jackson, on Flickr
All on the same day..
3rd November 2008 at 9.am south of Willandra N.P. A sprinkle of rain overnight at the camp
4.40 pm on the Murrumbidgee
Some Dubbya A..
I remember those days. When we use to travel this wide brown land. Distant memory.
" It is known in Australia by the common names false sarsaparilla, purple coral pea, happy wanderer, native lilac and waraburra (which comes from the Kattang language)."
Now, that's a parrot!
they are everywhere
Lake PIngarnup early this morning.
And another lake north of Lake Grace.
Sweet. Planted a couple in the backyard last Christmas. Hopefully they can emerge from the weeds and be that cool.
The hill behind my place. From a different angle