Bushfires ravage the state, blueberries ripen, days are hot and school goes back. This is the second last month of my 365 Project in kooparoona niara / Great Western Tiers.
334/365 | Deloraine in 2019
331/365 | Yarning Circle, Deloraine Apex train park
A yarning circle is a harmonious, creative and collaborative way of communicating to: encourage responsible, respectful and honest interactions between participants, building trusting relationships. foster accountability and provide a safe place to be heard and to respond.
329/365 | Pretty sure this is heaven
328/365 | A young King Billy in Meander
The King Billy pine (Athrotaxis selaginoides) is thought to derive its common name from the Tasmanian Aborigine William Lanney, who was referred to as ‘King Billy’. It reaches a height of 40 m and may reach ages in excess of 1200 years. The species is restricted to regions above 600 m where it grows in highland rainforest.
327/365 | The driveway looking west tonight
326/365 | ‘Trappers Hut’ at Deloraine & Districts Folk Museum
325/365 | Big old twisty myrtle in a big old twisty forest in the Tiers
323/365 | Spring Onion and tiny silhouette
320/365 | Pigeons on our way to school
318/365 | Thankful for the rain, soaking the burnt land. Little Pine Lagoon, Central Plateau.
316/365 | Birthday Boy is 40!
315/365 | Birthday celebrations in kooparoona niara
314/365 | Emu Bay Rd light
313/365 | Rain at last.
312/365 | Playing on the Liffey River in summer
311/365 | Over 200,000 hectares burnt!
309/365 | View south from Deloraine
A BUSHFIRE EMERGENCY WARNING FOR REYNOLDS NECKIssued At: 03/02/2019 6:33pmThere is a bushfire at Great Pine Tier, Central Plateau. The fire will put Reynolds Neck at very high risk within the hour. This fire will be difficult to control. Burning embers, falling on Reynolds Neck will threaten your home before the main fire. Smoke and ash will make it difficult to see and breathe.