I have a habit of walking places, and this was a particularly pleasant evening stroll through the native bush.
A calm spot to sit and enjoy the birdsong all around.
Always something surprising on a walk – this huge tree has been half chopped!
Timberrrrr! It reminds me of a whale ready to chop and cook up for the tribe.
I find it a little sad, always, when coming across a cut tree.
There is fresh young life emerging from the fallen giant.
A heart-shaped fern leaf. Couldn’t resist… (It might hold a poem one day.)..
This fern likes to grow heart-shapes…
This is a tiny portion of a very long vine. I am not sure if it might be a rata tree. Love the stringy bark.
Can you guess? This is my attempt at photographing water. It is a tiny trickle running down the side of the path. The drain has a tiny clay bank waterfall, which makes a tantalizing tinkling sound.
Mamaku tree-fern, if I am not mistaken.
Another tree-fern, this one is I think, the famous Silver Fern. Don’t quote me on that though, as I didn’t check the underside of the leaves.
Back home to powerlines marching across the suburban landscape. Pretty sunset, crowded out by man-made stuff. I enjoy my habit of walking very much. Do you enjoy being immersed in nature?
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