Sunday, 4 January 2009

Adjusting the rhythm of life


Gordons Bay, New Years Day, late afternoon.

A launching place rather than a beach, with access both steep and daunting, Gordons Bay is a protected vegetation area where the community Bushcare group gathers monthly to regenerate native heath and eliminate exotic invaders. As a consequence, other noxious invasive lifeforms like yahoos, public address systems and Mr Whippee are also kept to a minimum.

Amazingly, the Central Business District is, maybe, 7kms away - as the crow flies.

3 comments:

Virginia said...

Gorgeous with that deep blue and pop of red. Does he belong to my lady in the red coat???
V

Mo said...

Oooh that looks like more fun than huddling over a heater.

Joan Elizabeth said...

You are finding all sorts of nice spots around Sydney to photograph. I must admit to having a love-hate relationship with the place ... it is too big and not country enough for me so I have never really spent the time to know her even though I have lived there on and off for many years.