Bark

One of the many unusual things I noticed while visiting Australia (besides the sounds of the birds whose unfamiliar birdsong woke me each morning), were all the different types of native vegetation that I hadn’t seen nor experienced before.

I found this tree on the lawn above Bondi beach to have an interesting pattern of bark, … which happens to be the theme for today’s #JoinInDaily with Johnny Wills
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  1. Charles Gaines They can move pretty fast… And are known to bite if their territory is invaded, so it’s best to stay on your toes… Or your four wheeler! 🙂

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  2. Al Chris Whale watching sounds wonderful! I was fortunate to get out on the harbor for a ride on their boat on a gorgeous day.
    I came for a 50th birthday party for my Australian host brother… He lived with my parents with the Rotary Exchange program for a year when he was 16-years-old…My younger brother was an exchange student in Denmark at the time and I was in college. 🙂 He lives in Darlinghurst and they were the most wonderful hosts I could’ve asked for.

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