Some, on their knees beside the planted beds,

are absorbed by what they are tending.

When no one can see, there is a secret little gesture they make.

To touch the tender early grass, shyly to caress it.

The green is friendly and needs protection from the rose

whose red can be too fierce

and can overpower once again what they know in their hearts to be true.

Still the inner knowledge is always there:

how good the grass is and how soft.

Rainer Maria Rilke

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you must admit, it’s cool! πŸ˜‰ John’s find, on Kelly’s Beach, Bargara, Qld

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We’ve seen enough bones, and now the actual fish! Cuttlefish~

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Soldier crab art; just amazing~ Elliot’s Head, Bargara, Qld

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burned benches; park, Bundaberg, Qld

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Sugarcane fields, Qld

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Amazing trees/roots (we’ve yet to discover the name)

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Abandoned; park, Bundaberg, Qld

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The song I used to sing to my boys; shop window, Bundaberg, Qld

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just because they’re cute~

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rusty; need I say more?!

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part of the industrial landmark tours; water tower, Bundaberg, Qld

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Steepest road in the world; Baldwin Street in Dunedin, NZ-I climbed it πŸ™‚
Now this; Baldwin Park in Bundaberg, Qld πŸ™‚

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Beach entrance, and John, Noosa, Qld

in love.
trish