A weekend in the Grampians

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I recently spent a few days and nights in a cabin in Halls Gap, a small town nestled in the Grampians, a beautiful mountain range and national park. The weather was beautiful – wispy mountain mists one day, azure blue sky the next.


Everyday I explored the land around me. Everything is big in Australia: the Cockatoos, the vast rolling hills stretching out from either side of endless country roads, the sky. There isn’t a sky in the world as big as an Australian sky.


But I also took the time to absorb the little details: sweet mosses, delicate blooms, fussing finches; such diversity in shape, size and colour.


No sign of the Grampians puma.


Grampians trees in the mist


Mist rises above the Grampians


Banksia baby


Green valley


Sunrise in Halls Gap


Gum leaf


Bush blossoms


Halls Gap


Crimson treasure among the brush


Gumtree sunset



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