Wow! It’s been over three weeks since I last posted. So what happened? Less screen time and more life. Covid vaccine one done, second this Sunday. Lots of riding, not much photography, busy at work, tired, going to bed earlier and getting up earlier, it’s spring! Here’s some flowers to make up for my absence … miss me?
I grabbed the camera this morning as I headed into the bush with doggo, um, the battery was flat … so these less than perfect shots were taken with my phone. A week ago, I noticed a generous layer of Orchid leaves spreading across the ground beneath the leaf litter, some are just beginning to emerge …
While attempting to identify the above orchids, I discovered there are over 200 species of orchid present in Tasmania – 36 of which are “greenhoods” – two of which are above. I gave up.
Whilst looking about, I found the following resources – listed below for my future reference as much as yours 🙂
Flowering Times of Tasmanian Orchids: A Practical Guide for Field Botanists.
Wapstra, M. (2018).
I also put together a short Mountain Biking video and threw it up on YouTube last week without any fanfare. If you’d like to check it out:
I’m already working on the next one which features some more rugged and muddy terrain … stay tuned, I’m still here, just living life!!
Thanks for visiting – Oh, I don’t hover over stats, but I hit over 101,000 total views on the site! Most of them were from the earlier drone days but hey, Milestone!!
Thanks to each and every one of you 🙂