Worlds within worlds: A pictorial of a bushwalk in East Gippsland

During our recent holiday up Australia’s east coast (only as far as Sydney, this is a bloody big country!), we had the great pleasure of enjoying a bushwalk as a family. It was the LGBB who insisted on the 5km bush and beach trek. I’m so glad we did it. There were some really amazing treats on the well worn, overgrown track. Tiny birds, big rosellas, little lizards, crazy fungus formations, whole copses of fallen beach shrubs that were stunning in themselves despite being long dead and flattened.

It was a humbling experience, coming from the beachside holiday spot in Lakes Entrance and walking just a short distance to get to the point of the actual Entrance itself. So untouched yet so close to all the modern conveniences. I’m quite impressed, actually, that they have conserved this area. It’s only a great pity there are not more of these pockets of nature. It really contrasts with the paved roads, the industry, the devastation of tracts of land to make way for more “progress”.

Along the way, there were many stops by me and the trusty Canon DSLR. Too many photos to share here but some of my best captures of what we saw are below.

First though… Any guesses what this is?

I’ll show you the whole photo in a post later in the week, give you a chance to have a good guess.

Apologies for the pesky copyright watermarks. I’m just a tad protective.

On the boardwalk
Perfect natural borders!
Mushy
Gnarly, dude
Perfect flowers
The reward at the end – 2.8km in.
The beach was an entirely different kind of photo shoot, altogether.
……And if you’re not all saying “it was an entirely different kind of photo shoot” in unison right now, I will be most disappointed.
More later in the week. 
I hope your weekend has been kind and restful and given you the chance to stop and notice the significant little things around you.
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