Bobakine Nature Reserve: The Vagueness of Memory, Meaning and Place

Your partner didn't really want you to leave, but you felt you were owed something due to the cancelled trip. Driving into the wheatbelt, it wasn't as misty as the day before. Cloud cover had hung over much of the southwest overnight, keeping temperatures above 4°C and limiting condensation in the gullies and lowlands. You … Continue reading Bobakine Nature Reserve: The Vagueness of Memory, Meaning and Place

Wongamine Nature Reserve: Geography of an Island Community

The morning mist has lifted by the time you reach the reserve. As you enter the woodland, the sun rises higher and a clear blue sky yields unfiltered light that is cast upon the cream coloured trunks of Wandoo. The soils here are clay-brown and they feel gentle underfoot. They have a softness that compliments … Continue reading Wongamine Nature Reserve: Geography of an Island Community