25 May 2007

Return to Deep Creek

Here are a few photos which I took today at Deep Creek Conservation Park.

I haven't walked there for some time but was, as usual, both exhilarated and tired by the experience, especially as the weather was sunny and clear, with a strong wind blowing from what Matthew Flinders described two centuries ago as "high barren land much intersected by gullies". Anyone who has ever walked, as I did today, through the thick vegetation in the park would query the "barren " but their aching muscles would testify to the accuracy of "high... land much intersected by gullies".

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