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The trees here are beautiful and adaptive, Australia is full of
things that are built to survive... the people included. I guess that
is a fine demonstration of natural selection.
15th Dec 2007, 13:39   | tags:,,,

Wow, these are fantastic! The first and last ones are my faves.

15th Dec 2007, 14:40

Cor. The last and first are terrific

15th Dec 2007, 14:48

Dhamaka says:

lovely images and interesting observation

15th Dec 2007, 17:11

Jane Doe says:

Fab. The last shall be first ...

15th Dec 2007, 18:45

Steve says:

Thank you

15th Dec 2007, 23:34

Judo-Jule says:

lovely treesome.

(see- i'm catching up!)

15th Dec 2007, 23:46

Steve says:

:) x 2

16th Dec 2007, 00:33

swamprose says:

Australian flora and fauna are some of the most interesting in the world. But Auzzie men? definitely different.

I am really enjoying this series.

16th Dec 2007, 21:04

Steve says:

I'm really enjoying doing this series, it's almost over now though.

16th Dec 2007, 23:43

swamprose says:

you mean it's back to geometrics and grids?
*runs screaming into nearest snowbank

17th Dec 2007, 02:05

Steve says:

Nought wrong with grids, or shopping trolley's

17th Dec 2007, 02:07

swamprose says:

shopping trolleys are brilliant. love them.

I find myself photographing grids, thinking 'Steve is going to like this'. then I recover.

17th Dec 2007, 02:17

Steve says:

Join me!

17th Dec 2007, 02:28

swamprose says:


17th Dec 2007, 02:34

Steve says:

More Satin

17th Dec 2007, 02:34