Series 1 - The Round Rocks of Australia
Images of the Natural World
During August I travelled to Coonawarra and the Limestone Coast with Professor Brad Pillans
We bring you birds of Australia
I spent an amazing day's fishing on a recent trip to Darwin
The Australian continent rests quietly in the middle of its tectonic plate
Depicted:- the last Thylacine in the London Zoo which died in 1931
May was pine time around the North East of Victoria
The Porongurup Range, north of Albany in Western Australia
A magnificence view of South Head, Sydney
Mushrooms get good press but toadstools - well what can we say, they have no fans.
The Grampians, Victoria, a geological puzzle
The Tree Top Walk near Walpole, W.A.
The elusive morel (Morchella elata) discovered by a fellow fungi collector in north eastern Victoria
The Bank of the North Para River, Barossa Valley
Monarch or Wanderer Butterflies
Another WA wildflower spectacular
Sydney photo-early twentieth century
The Walls of China, Lake Mungo, Western NSW
The stalked puff-ball
The Grampians, Western Victoria
The Latrobe Nugget, 717 grammes is the best example of crystallized gold ever discovered
Late afternoon light on Eaglehawk Bay looking west towards Dart Island and Norfolk Bay
Blue fungi
The Darling River
The Penrice marble quarry at Angaston
Sunrise over the Tessellated Pavement, looking north across Pirates Bay to Clydes Island, Tasman Peninsula
The red hot poker Aloe sucotrina or succotrina (familyLiliaceae)
The Grose Valley on the Bells Line of Road
Sunset at Tuross Head, NSW
Found in a Melbourne garden
The famous Twelve Apostles
The coast just north of where Margaret River enters the Indian Ocean
The remarkable grass trees of SW Western Australia
Margaret River, W.A. flowing into the Indian Ocean
One of the Seven Wonders of Australia
One of the Seven Wonders of Australia
Gosses Bluff lifting out of the Missionary Plain
An idea of the future landscape of Southern Australia
Flowing water is a very powerful erosional force
A Cycad remnant found in the West MacDonnell ranges west of Alice Springs
West of Alice Springs in the Finke River gorge
Further proof that there are few limits to the ingenuity of the Japanese.
The 'Devils Marbles' between Alice Springs and Tennant Creek.
Landscapes and natural features are of great interest to Glug.
We try very hard to keep things relevant to wine...
Limestone and the compressed version, marble, are readily dissolved by acidic water.
A Slipper Orchid in Full Bloom.
The Jewel of the Limestone Coast.
Euphorbia macca in flower
The Kalimna area of the Barossa Valley is known as Grange country.
They take their chooks very seriously in the Barossa.
Hippeastrams at Tuross...
The famous Australian grass tree...
No Longer a Burbling Brook...
Dahlias at the Angaston Show, S.A.
This Wonderful Cabbage
A cutting through the Woakine Dune.
The Petrified Forest...