The Waugal (mythical serpent) is the symbol of the Bibbulmun track and appears on all the trail markers
Old trail markers get "eaten" by the trees
Double headed grass tree (balga)
Our new tent (tarptent double rainbow), set up with a "front porch"
Cosy inside our tent at night
Mist filled valley
Golden morning sunlight
Winter in Perth is a little different from winter in Cambridge
Mystery wildflower - anyone know what this is?
Hovea Pungens, aka "Devil's Pins". The leaves are quite spiky.
"Common Donkey Orchid". Supposed to flower September to October, but thanks to global warming we saw one in August ;-)
Common Donkey Orchid
Parrot Bush, aka Banksia sessilis
Moss growing on a granite boulder
Lichen and moss growing on a granite boulder
Red Ink Sundew (Drosera erythrorhiza). Carnivorous plant covered in glistening sticky blobs.
Red Ink Sundew
Marri tree gum nut. The surface of this nut has eroded away, exposing a "woven" texture beneath.
Platform-shaped spider web. Perhaps from the comb-footed platform spider. See http://australianmuseum.net.au/image/Web-of-the-comb-footed-platform-spider.
Platform shaped spider web - perhaps from "platform spider". See