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365 Project | November 2018

In the November gallery see photos of the Deloraine Craft Fair, sunset over the Great Western Tiers, a slime mould macro, lupins, the Deloraine Show and more.

 
Telopea truncata, also known as the Tasmanian waratah, is endemic to Tasmania where it is found at altitudes of 600 to 1200m. Flowering occurs from October to January, and is related to altitude: plants at lower elevations flower earlier than ones higher up. Each plant bears 10-35 individual flowers.
244/365 | How lucky was I to be here to see these beauties!

244/365 | How lucky was I to be here to see these beauties!

243/365 | My favourite part of the Tiers, Mother Cummings Rivulet on the Smoko Falls track.

243/365 | My favourite part of the Tiers, Mother Cummings Rivulet on the Smoko Falls track.

Smoko Falls

Meander

242/365 | A tiny slime mould made big.

242/365 | A tiny slime mould made big.

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240/365 | Overlooking Meander Dam, Mother Cummings and Ironstone shrouded in cloud.

240/365 | Overlooking Meander Dam, Mother Cummings and Ironstone shrouded in cloud.

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238/365 | A whole heap of over priced sugar and plastic at the Deloraine Show

238/365 | A whole heap of over priced sugar and plastic at the Deloraine Show

237/365 | Birthday present.

237/365 | Birthday present.

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234/365 | Lupins are out.

234/365 | Lupins are out.

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232/365 | Beautiful piece of architecture is Arcoona.

232/365 | Beautiful piece of architecture is Arcoona.

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230/365 | The needles on this tree in Western Creek didn’t match pencil, celery top or king billy pines, so i think it is huon pine.

230/365 | The needles on this tree in Western Creek didn’t match pencil, celery top or king billy pines, so i think it is huon pine.

229/365 | Bushman’s Bootlace (Pimelea linifolia)

229/365 | Bushman’s Bootlace (Pimelea linifolia)

We know the bark of Pimelea linifolia as ‘Bushman’s Bootlace’, and here’s how to make string:
Strip the bark, dry it, place in a stream for about one week, dry in sun, soften by chewing/beating with sticks and stones, roll on the thigh and spin into fine, strong thread.
During summer, people came to the high country to feast on thousands of Bogong moths. They caught them in strong, delicate string nets made from Pimelea bark.
— Australian National Herbarium (Aboriginal Plant Use)
228/365 | Devils Gullet overlooking the Fisher River and regenerating bushland following the 2016 fires.

228/365 | Devils Gullet overlooking the Fisher River and regenerating bushland following the 2016 fires.

226/365 | Today’s feels

226/365 | Today’s feels

Kooparoona Niara

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Dusk is just an illusion because the sun is either above the horizon or below it. And that means that day and night are linked in a way that few things are there cannot be one without the other yet they cannot exist at the same time. How would it feel I remember wondering to be always together yet forever apart?
— Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook
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224/365 | A godsend after trips on dusty roads

224/365 | A godsend after trips on dusty roads

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222/365 | Good conversations with this beaut human today

222/365 | Good conversations with this beaut human today

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218/365 | Little Laneway Fringe Festival during the 2018 Craft Fair, Deloraine

218/365 | Little Laneway Fringe Festival during the 2018 Craft Fair, Deloraine

217/365 | Moby’s metalwork and bus carrying punters at the Craft Fair

217/365 | Moby’s metalwork and bus carrying punters at the Craft Fair

 
Held annually in the picturesque township of Deloraine in northern Tasmania, an amazing array of talented artists and craftspeople exhibit and demonstrate their work as part of the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
— tascraftfair.com.au
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215/365 | Delilah of Seppenfelts

215/365 | Delilah of Seppenfelts