Thank you very much, Patrick.
Warmest regards from Australia.
It is simple. Catch a train and photograph as you go by, or approach management directly.
There are two species of lichen that hang from our local trees like this, Berend. I must remember to photograph the other species too, sometime.
It will green up with weed first, then as the young trees grow they will take over. In 10 years there will be a reasonable cover of young trees again. Thanks for your interest.
Yes, indeed Ishmael. I could only be there because you invited me to observe the reconciliation between people from Guadalcanal and Malaita. I have learnt a great deal from observing your leadership and travelling with you.
Muito bom! super foto. Gosto
Both Made and Tanya continue to make a difference in their respective societies: Made in Denpasar and Tanya in Parramatta.
Greetings Finn. Solomon Islands is warm, sunny and bright when its nice, other wise:
rice, rice, rice,
bump, bump, bump,
sweat, sweat, sweat.
Rupert Bear can be anywhere, I presume.
He can turn up on the pier, in a boat, up a tree, in the air:
Rupert Bear is everywhere.
He visits Cairns, and Kakadu,
He's been to Wales and ridden on whales,
He stopped by here and appeared over there,
He's found in Shropshire and he's seen ten towns.
Rupert Bear's been everywhere.