Worms rise to the surface

Our recent farm visit gave me time to observe:

The wetland.

The new road topping.

Worms long, enveloped by nutrient rich soil that have surfaced due to straw bale protection.

Rounded newly plastered corners of each window.

The tracks left by Kangaroo paws.

Aquatic plants on dry edges far from waters reach.

Views of home from distant corners of our block.

Pulled out plants, nibbled by kangaroo mastication and plants that have survived grazing.

A short nap and a moments rest on the straw bales.

Semi dried tomatoes (22 of 31)

Aquatic plants on the waters edge.

Semi dried tomatoes (21 of 31)

Create a dreamy landscape.

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Semi dried tomatoes (24 of 31)

Earth coloured road

Semi dried tomatoes (27 of 31)

Worm on surface soil.

 

 

Tapered window edges.

Tapered window edges.

Kangaroo tracks.

Kangaroo tracks.

Wetland haze.

Wetland haze.

Plants nibbled and pulled out.

Plants nibbled and pulled out.

And those that remain, by next summer will double in size.

And those that remain, by next summer will double in size.

Aquatic details.

Aquatic details.

Colour among the waters edge.

Colour among the waters edge.

Semi dried tomatoes (19 of 31)

A short rest.

A short rest.