It is hard to imagine the forces of nature that produced such stunningly beautiful red and white banded sandstone.
Tumblagooda Sandstone is a geological formation deposited between four to five hundred million years ago and is now exposed on the west coast of Australia.
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My mother, Marie Clare came into this world on the 25th August 1941. She was the second child of William and Agnes Brown and a little sister for her brother Tony. I didn’t know much about my mother’s childhood, though I believe it was very happy. She often spoke of family, holidays by the beach with her cousins and always of the abundance of love to share around.
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Sun burnt edges speak,
Of heat and death, failing bloom.
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There’s no witty haiku to accompany my photo today, just sombre thoughts for those who have suffered lose following devastating bushfires in Western Australia’s south west.
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Is that you and me?
Soaring free above it all.
Graceful and carefree.
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