The shape of things to come


Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii) – the smallest wallaby – Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania. We share our world with millions of other creatures. Treat them with care and respect.

Tamar River, Launceston, Tasmania. Find time to stop, reflect and be amazed by where you find yourself. (I need to take my own advice.) P.S. I have home internet access again! Hopefully regular posting will resume next week.

Frost on buttongrass, Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania. Consider the gifts each season brings: winter’s coming, with her frosty beauty and steaming breath.

Raindrops on African Iris (Dietes bicolor) leaves We need a balance of both sunshine and rain so we may flourish.

Dunes, Calvert’s Beach, South Arm, Tasmania. How much richer we are for the times that we feel blue. Time in the shadows shows us how much life shines.

The forces that shape us, strengthen us. There is much beauty in well weathered people and places.