It has been a while since I have posted due to a number of reasons but I hope to get back into it starting with Burnt Forests. Back in January we had a large bushfire that burnt 12,500 hectares of farm, forest, conservation parks and residential land with 27 houses lost. So much more could of been lost if it wasn’t for our volunteer fire fighters, the CFS from here and interstate. Just over three months later the scarred land stills gives off a strong, burnt smell but new life amongst the eucalyptus is growing.
Taken with my Canon 600D, 18-270 Tamron lens
Along the road
All that’s left of a town called Chain of Ponds which was moved when they constructed a reservoir is a footpath and the cemetery, unfortunately the fire went straight through it causing many headstones to crack. Francis Ann Williams stone was leaning over and covered in soot.