In the land of Oz

By Leslie Anthony
From an Australian natural history volume on the Snowy Mountains: “You can see in the snow gum an expression of the different moods of these mountains: desperately clinging to an exposed slope in the face of blizzards, umbrageous and welcoming in a sun-filled valley; ghostly and insubstantial in rain and mist. The curving, variegated trunk and gesturing branches place it among the most graceful of the eucalypts… few would complain at the near monopoly of such a beautiful tree.”…

Source:: In the land of Oz

June 10, 2019


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