Photos by Sarah, Tuesday Photo Challenge

Pink Heath

Epacris impressa (Common Heath) – Victoria’s floral emblem. Shrub grows to 2m, flowers 1 to 2cm, colour ranging from white, pink, red, magenta, but very variable. 

Image credit By Sarah ©2017;   Bullace Glen, Grampians National Park, Victoria

Prompt: Dutch Goes The Photo, Tuesday Photo Challenge, Week 71 – pink

Photos by Sarah, Tuesday Photo Challenge

Silent Street

“Silent Street” – This stone alleyway forms one of the last parts of the Pinnacle Walk in the Grampians National Park, Victoria. Due to the high rock walls and almost fully enclosed nature of the gully, there is an eerie silence as you walk through.

Prompt: Dutch Goes The Photo, Week 70 – alley

Daily Post Weekly Challenge, Photos by Sarah

McKenzie Falls

The falls in the upper section (pictured above) form a triangle shape  (delta 🔺) and depict constant change as the water rushes and flows, spilling down to the next level. 

Even in the lower section, the pool is not the end of the line. The water continues on, escaping out a narrow mouth down the river. 

Continually changing; moving water.

Image credits By Sarah ©2017

Prompt: Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge, Word: delta