From death, comes life.

kunanyi – Mt Wellington through the burnt trees.
Rocky outcrop in the bush.
Burnt out and broken Gums.

Likely Bandicoot diggings.
Weaving the web of life.

I struggled with words in this post – happens sometimes. Sometimes often.
Hopefully the images tell a positive story of life slowly renewing.
Enjoy your weekend πŸ™‚

13 thoughts on “From death, comes life.

      1. That’s like finding dead deer back in Michigan. Take a walk through any grassy field, you may come upon an entire deer skeleton. My friend would take the skull, drop it in some scalding hot water and add bleach. It comes out a bright white and looks cool hanging along the driveway! πŸ˜‚

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    1. Thanks, I’m glad you get it πŸ™‚ Occasionally I really struggle to write and communicate my thoughts. Like a very mild depression or anxiety at times, but I’m ok πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you so much Morgaine, I sometimes wonder if I miss the mark, so to speak.
      I have been surprised how much top soil has remained in this area which has really helped the new growth. An earlier burnt patch further up the hill is not so fortunate and is really struggling, though I saw some new orchids there today. I think the steady soaking rain we’ve had over the last few weeks is really helping.

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