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Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.
— Theodore Roethke
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lartitickitheker is Quamby Bluff in palawa kani
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The Great Western Tiers escarpment divides the high, rocky, sparsely inhabited central plateau from the fertile lower land of the Meander Valley and the northern midlands. The edge of the tiers have prominent cliffs and columns of Jurassic dolerite. The highest peak in the tiers is the 1,444-metre (4,738 ft) Ironstone Mountain.
— Wikipedia
173/365 | Behind the scenes for one of our Meander Valley Gazette short walks articles.

173/365 | Behind the scenes for one of our Meander Valley Gazette short walks articles.

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168/365 | Fuzzy, smudgy rainy day.

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167/365 | Sassafras flower

Sassafras Atherosperma moschatum: A dominant species within the rainforest, the sassafras is able to reproduce vegetatively by growing stem suckers from the base of the trunk after the main trunk has died. This species has separate male and female flowers that can be seen from September to October. There are no other species in the genus Atherosperma so sassafras has no close relatives. Its closest relative is a plant species that grows in the rainforests of Chile suggesting that they have evolved from a common Gondwanan ancestor.

Sassafras, is usually found in association with myrtle but on the east coast it may be found dominating remnant rainforest patches because it can survive in areas of lower rainfall. It is a plant with a beautiful aroma, which gives the rainforests they occupy a distinctive appeal. It is also the food plant for the Macleay’s swallowtail butterfly, which can be seen on the wing between November and March. It is a commercial timber often used for quality furniture. The black stain often seen in its heartwood is caused by a bacterial infection.
— Parks & Wildlife Tas
166/365 | I would love to bottle the aroma of the Brown Boronia.

166/365 | I would love to bottle the aroma of the Brown Boronia.

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164/365 | Vines and lives entwined.

164/365 | Vines and lives entwined.

The first bridge, which was built by convicts in 1831, was washed away by a flood in 1844. It was replaced shortly after by a more substantial one, built by convicts from the Probation Station on the western side of the river. This was in turn replaced in 1877. The stone piers of that bridge still service the present one although it has been widened and raised.
— Historical Deloraine
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Each person’s life is like a mandala – a vast, limitless circle. We stand in the center of our own circle, and everything we see, hear and think forms the mandala of our life.
— Pema Chodron
155/365 | Alfredo of Seppenfelts

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