Monday, January 25, 2010

My World ~ A Bit of Australian Bush

Eucalyptus trees opposite some mineral springs
near Daylesford in Victoria.

The little creek in the valley,

and looking the other way with the evidence of a bushfire
a couple of years ago.

Some interesting water vegetetion,

and onward along this wavy ribbon of road to greener pastures.

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  1. What beautiful pictures. I adore Australia. I have been a fan since Third grade when we studied your country. Someday I am going to visit blessed you are to live in such a great place!

  2. Peaceful and beautiful. I can honestly say, I've never seen a eucalyptus tree!

  3. These pictures make me want to explore your country.The scenes are beautiful.

  4. Everything looks so green and lush in your world right now, everything here is white and frozen!

  5. With all the gloom and dirty snow we have, it's so good to see some beautiful green!
    Love that little creek Arija.
    Have a great rest of the week.

  6. It's good to see green and water flowing in Australia, Arija, given the drought, it gives me heart to see other signs of life.

  7. Gorgeous captures, as always, Arija! Take care, hope you have a good week.


  8. Good to see you again, Arija. What stunning photos. Thanks for sharing.

  9. What a beautiful coubntry you show us, and not cold like ours now.

  10. Beautiful bushland scenes! Nature looks so fresh and invigorating here!

  11. Beautiful green views so faraway from snowy Finland.
    We had again almost -30Celsius this morning and every tree has covered by white frost, everything is white, but very pretty, I have to say :)

    I wish you happy days, Arija!

  12. Gorgeous trees in such beautiful surroundings... I could almost it.

  13. Lovely, I could sit by that little stream for hours. What a beautiful setting.

  14. Sweet Arija sometimes it is just not easy to be in pain. Not easy to be sick. Not easy to start your day in pain, praying for the meds to kick in.

    I love you darling.

    Renee xoxo

  15. lovely shots, it must ahve rained there, our creek here where I live are almost empty, we need rain

  16. So that's what it looks like! Beautiful and wild.

  17. What a beautiful lush place! I would love to be nestled down next to that stream reading a book!


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