So named because of her gnarled and wrinkled appearance, and her distinctive face that gives her an almost human quality, Grandma Tingle is estimated to be over 400 years old.
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For me, taking a moment to share Earth themed images is an easy task after travelling around Australia for the last 18 months.
The following is just a (very) small fraction of the photos I took of our amazing little corner of the world.
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Little sandy spheres,
Dug and tumbled down below.
Pushed up through a hole.
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“Yum, yum, in my tum!”
Said the spider to the bug.
(Glad I’m not so small.)
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For me to interpret just One Love is akin to choosing a favourite child – impossible. I have too many loves: my husband, my children, my friends, flowers, the natural world, space and all things cosmic, creativity, art, music, dance, bushwalking, singing (though I know I sound terrible). I could go on – there are so many things – but I’ll stop right there.
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