A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Sunday, 28 October 2018

Top of the hill, late afternoon.

Well no, actually it's still early morning - the shadow on the western side of the trees is a dead giveaway.   My bad,,,


Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.

Moffat Headland
© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia



Kate said...

What an interesting group of trees; unusual trunks and root system.

bitingmidge said...

Hi @Kate, yes, they are Pandanus Palms, native to an area known as the "Old World Tropics" - I haven't looked up where that is exactly, but it's around here somewhere! (and the Pacific Rim)

William Kendall said...

Yes, those roots are very strange to my eyes.

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