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The author of this blog is a long past 40, married and have two beautiful..
Back home now, surrounded by the familiar trees of Perth which suddenly seem so small and young.This 79 metre stringy gum, replete with ..read more
One more of the unexpected sights was the number of tall and wonderful sequoia that I got to tap, touch and hug. . . Relatively speaking ..read more
A third and likely final look at this wonderful wine (1, 2). Middle aged but still smouldering, rubbed sticks and perfume, powder and ..read more
Way out west, near the junction of the Franklin and Surprise river, a grove of tall and straight Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon) with ..read more
When I first saw the tree, in Port Arthur of all places, I assumed it was another horse chestnut with green conkers, but there were no ..read more
A very fine English oak - Quercus robur in a field of purple. This was the most photogenic of the scores of old and large oaks I saw in ..read more
The ever changing sky and profile of Cradle mountain. This image taken while happily and reverently clambering down from Marions lookout ..read more
Early morning is the best time to take your Cradle mountain pictures, with a gentle sun behind your back. . .  sadly most tourists can ..read more
Still sheltered but now on the windward sound of the mountain is famous Wineglass Bay. I had planned to scramble Mt Amos to get a more ..read more
Lots of wines by the glass, the seven sips below being the most notable of the trip.2019 Meadowbank Riesling - aromatic, obviously, blue ..read more

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