Posts Tagged ‘Royal National Park’

a boat on a river

Posted: January 13, 2019 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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The van wouldn’t start between gardening jobs on Tuesday so we rang the NRMA to get going again, the mechanic said it needed a long drive to clear the carburetor so on Wednesday we drove down to Royal National Park and hired a rowboat, I was very good at circling
a duck followed for awhile
the fearless navigator
such a peaceful placethree more pennants are being hand delivered this afternoon just in time for the photoshoot at Artsite on Tuesday and Wednesday
Magic Days!

we went for a spring bushwalk yesterday along the Marley Track in the Royal National Park
a beautiful sunny day the bush was buzzing with bees and birds
Darwinia fascicularis ssp fascicularis
Grevillea speciosa
Ricinocarpus pinifolius
Pultenaea sp
Patersonia sp
Thelymitra ixioides
Boronia microphylla
the Deer Pool
Marley Creek feeds into the Deer Pool
it’s been very dry so the waterfall was a trickle
cooling off watching the dragonflies dance
photos courtesy of Old Man Crow taken with his iPhone

to celebrate spring we went for a bush walk in Royal National Park
I love the resilience of coastal heath plants
soul food
here’s a link to our walk on the same bush track in 2015

a spring walk in the bush

Posted: September 7, 2015 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Royal-National-Parkit was a perfect spring day for a walk in Royal National Park just south of the city
creekwater was flowing, frogs croaking, birds flitting with tiny flowers bursting everywhere
mountain-devilDarwinia fascicularis ssp fascicularis (scale app 3:1)
epacris longifloraFuchsia heath  Epacris longiflora (scale app 5:1)
smokebushSmokebush Conospermum taxifolium (scale app 4:1)
flannel-flowerthis tough little flannel flower won’t be ready flower ’til late spring or earlysummer Actinotus helianthi
petrophileConesticks budding up Petrophile pulchella
xanthorrhoeaGrass Tree Xanthorrhoea
burned-xanthorrhoeaa burned old Xanthhorea in seed
the-bushtextures of the bush
scribbly-gumlove the wonderful lines made by a moth larvae living under the bark of a scribbly gum Eucalyptus haemastoma
it’s Spring here in the Land Down Under!