Eucalyptus

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I'm an Australian writer inspired by the environment and folklore of this great southern land. Having worked for many years in the animal industry, as a veterinary nurse, stablehand and puppy school teacher, my stories also explore animal behaviour and the human-animal bond.

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Thanks. It was an overcast morning but it seemed to really bring the colours out in the plants/trees. I got some nice shots as well as this one, but I’m keen to get a camera that’s better than the little ‘aim and shoot’ automatic that I use at the moment.

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I’m guessing it’s a red box, maybe Eucalyptus macrorhyncha because the trunk has a stringybark colour rather than ironbark – there’s lots of red and yellow box around this area. These leaves were around 5ft off the ground from an offshoot at the mature tree’s base.

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