pompoms

black trunks; green pompoms
in just two days, so much change
wallaby footprints!

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Anne Norman in Tarkine 2016

photo by Daniel Hayley
The next chapter in my Tarkine Adventure: -–> . Campsite of fallen giants
few birds sing ..<–  The previous chapter
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About anne norman

musician, shakuhachi player, author, poet, tea lover...
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