Walking in the Rainforest

Our first trip back to the Licuala Rainforest after Cyclone Yasi was full of greenery!

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We just did the short children’s walk, partly due to the heat and because youngest had left his shoes behind (so easy to do in Queensland) and we’d bought him thongs for the walk.

It was encouraging to see so many healthy licuala palm leaves.

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I enjoyed abstracting the leaves.

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And looking for sunbursts.

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The children loved their outing, and want to walk further next time, maybe beginning much earlier in the day, and with suitable footwear.

Youngest took his thongs off back near the car as they were a bit big.

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We all enjoyed our walk back in the glorious green.

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(c) June Perkins, text and images

Published by June

Writer, photographer, lover of unity in diversity in thought and humanity - poet by nature, world citizen

2 thoughts on “Walking in the Rainforest

  1. Thanks Tammy – yes lots of fabulous memories of trees. Will post our walk to a look out seen. Still things to discover and revisit around us.


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