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... as the burning sun,
Its velvet cloak royal.
And in the paddock beyond,
a pair of Curlews,
One nesting, one standing,
For weeks have kept vigil, but strangely
Three times repositioned, their camouflage
A challenge to the keenest eye,
Today moved once again, to lie,
branch-like, side by side.
What thrill to find one tiny chick beside.
October 5, ...
... Because of this high silica content the sand was used to produce the lens for the Hubble telescope.
All to soon we were back on the ground and on our way back to the hotel. If I'm honest I don't have a bucket list of things I want to do, but I do have whole range of memories of things I've done that I never imagined I would do, this is now one of those special memories.
While we're ...
... and catch up with them to hear about their trip since we last saw them when they were in Cairns! We spent the majority of the afternoon with them before heading back to the van to get prepared for our early start the next day.
We woke with a very early 6.15 start as we needed to be at the port by 7.15 for our day sailing around The Whitsunday's! The ...
... from the resort which echoed across the anchorage.
Leaving Long Island on Friday morning we crossed the Whitsunday Passage and anchored at Nari's Beach which is just south of Cid Harbour. We haven't seen any whales in the last week so expect they have already started migrating south. Amy and Jack enjoyed a lazy time ashore on the beach while we did much the same on board. Quite a deserted but pretty anchorage with fringing coral and the occasional ...
... olive-yellow buds clustered
one or two sprouting first white blooms
like five-pointed stars.
Scuddering sky of white clouds
a Melaleuca’s spiralling cloak of pale grey
its opposing side bushfire-blackened.
Stretching upwards from the beach
the hillside grasses orange- olive
soften the lower sapling trunks, ...