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I recognized that the 'treehouse' also in our region celebrates a certain comeback. One can see them more often. Well, maybe it's only a subjective perception...

I am pleased that this location is appreciated by you, Berend. Thanks. Enjoy your holiday!

Ian

Thank you Christos for your appreciation and feedback. It is a joy to be sharing with each other images from our different continents and interests.

Warm regards,

Ian

Greetings Berend,

It is special that you even bothered to look at my gallery and respond while you are on holiday. Enjoy it and I look forward to your images when you return. My Facebook friends like this image too.

Ian

I loved it. Thanks Berend.

Ian

Roll upon roll, layer after layer, a series of different ecosystems:

the active sand dunes,

the dry forests with an under story of heath,

pristine freshwater window lake, Lake Cooloola,

the forested wetlands,

the darker taller ribbon of riverine forest,

forested wetlands,

Lake Como,

forested wetlands,

tall wet sclerophyll forests..

Many different environments each with its own peculiar species: you would be in your element here,Berend.

Kind regards and besth wishes for your holiday.

Ian

Greetings Berend,

I enjoy photographing the processes in an ecosystem, and though the wind wasn't blowing the sand at this time, nevertheless the process is clear.

Ian

Thanks Berend,

It is quite awesome just to be on the sand patch, and be lost in the desert, but then one comes to this vantage point and looks out to sea, and the whole impression of the world changes in that moment. Kindest reagrds,

Ian

I thought of this as an inverted Monet painting. Glad to share it with you, Berend. Enjoy your vacation.

Ian

Thank you very much Berend. I certainly thought of you and spoke about you as we quietly saild through these wetalnds. The pelican rookery was nearby and this big male pelican led us through the channels.

Kind regards,

Ian

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