14 thoughts on “Reflections

  1. The swamp water stained like tea image has totally captivated me. This type of landscape is the one the early explorers fell for – all that bushland right on the coast. It is almost impossible not to feel elated walking in the midst of such sights. One of the reasons I love Australia.

    1. When I was a kid I hated the tea stained water – used to go camping on the beach and there was melaleuca forests – I was a bit suss on why the water would be that colour – haha – now I love it πŸ™‚ I’m glad you love Australia Selma.

  2. Lovely word reflections and photies, Gabrielle – I like how you’ve tied ‘tea’ together in the first and last. Your photos also bring to mind one of the many things I love about this country – those very civilised boardwalks that we find on so many bush and forest walks so that all ages and fitness levels can enjoy a stroll with nature

    1. Yeah, I love boardwalks bluebee – though in this case, without the boardwalk, there wouldn’t be a walk – the water is always there (permanent swamp). You probably already know, but the melaleuca is also called the Tea Tree plant (and some other plants are also known as Tea Tree, apparently).

  3. dear gabrielle,

    i can feel the soothing silence in this. this is serenity, what a wonderful world you have here and poetic lines compliments its beauty. i wish i could walk on those boardwalks under the trees. beautiful!

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