Friday, June 6, 2014


Spotted this robin's egg shell alongside the path on our walk today up the Rosewall Creek Trail

Watched this Dipper searching for his lunch

And he was successful

Aileen spotted this collection of fungi on the end of a log

There are faces in the forest.  The mouth was made by axe to support a springboard which the logger stood on to cut the tree down sixty and more years ago.  By using this method, it allowed them to get above the swelled butt so there was less wood to cut through.  In some cases they would be eight or more feet above ground.  This one was only about four feet.

Some water scenes of Rosewall Creek

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