Sunday, July 26, 2015

A walk around Nangawooka reserve

It was still pretty cold and blustery and with the odd shower this morning and we felt that a walk by the sea would be interesting but not terribly nice so we did a walk we havent done for years, a visit to Nangawooka which is a local reserve maintained by volunteers, of native plants. A little bit early in the day for good light and for much to be out, but still plenty to take photos of. These are not just plants from South Australia but from all over Australia. It was lovely and quiet, apart from the screeching of the sulphur crested cockatoos in the trees above and in the paddock next door. No one there but us. Double click to see the photos better.


Penny said...

How exotic- Sulphur Crested Cockatoos!! Looks like a lovely walk.

Jo Murray said...

You are much more intrepid than I am. I will not go out in the cold. That garden is so beautiful tho'....perhaps I would.