Sunday, 11 May 2014

Kata Tjuta

Dreaming in the distance, the rocks of Kata Tjuta, in the same National Park in the Australian Northern Territory as Uluru. They are nearly 200m higher than The Rock.
Loire Valley Nature: A new entry has been added for Pasqueflower Pulsatilla vulgaris.
A new entry has been added for Dog Lichens Peltigera spp.
A new section on creating a brash pile has been added to the Habitat entry on Gardens.
Some photos have been added to the Praying Mantis Mantis religiosa entry.
A new entry has been added for Reed Beetles Chrysomelidae.
The entry for Loose-flowered Orchid Anacamptis laxiflora has been updated.
A link to a recent Guardian article reporting on bird song research has been added to the Nightingale entry. Nightingale's win the prize for largest range of notes.
A la cuisine hier: Falafel, Baba Ganoush, Salsa -- served with Turkish flatbreads, julienned carrot, spicy red cabbage, char grilled red peppers and lettuce. Followed by homemade chestnut icecream.

1 comment:

Tim said...

Do you get here on the...
"Kata Tjuta Choo-Choo"?

does this have the same sort of colour changes as the "famous" one...
the colours in this pic seem to indicate a similar stone...

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