…with emblematic assistance/assistants from Bremer Bay, in the Deep South…of Western Australia.One Comment
Bark – trees’ skin – resembles humans’ skin, in having a vibrantly alive innermost layer, and a dead outermost one.
However, some healthy trees’ skin-shedding is a much more spectacular (and beautiful) process than is any healthy human’s.One Comment
…is in the other Grampians, in western Victoria, Australia.Leave a Comment
(almost certainly, you will be surprised to discover where I took this post’s photos)
Unstructured, unsupervised time for play is one of the most important things we have to give back to kids if we want them to be strong and happy and resilient.2 Comments
One of the world’s more remarkable sculpture parks is in a former school’s grounds, near a frayed little city in Hokkaido.Leave a Comment
According to the first such detailed study/guesstimate, a relative newcomer to our ancient land kills more than one million Australian birds, each day.
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