Mammoth Cave Margaret River

Recently I was lucky enough to spend a week in Perth with my son.

Keen to explore more of Western Australia, we set of in the car for a 3 hour trip down to Margaret River.

What a beautiful area. We knew the area was renowned for it’s wine. chocolate and fine food, but did no realise that the area is also famous for it’s caves.

We only had time to visit the one cave, Mammoth Cave.

The size of this cave is daunting, with so much to see and so much history.

We had audio guides to tell us all about the cave.

Emerging from the darkness of the cave, we enjoyed a walk through the bush, back to the carpark.

I had to take a picture of the path, as it had a magical feel about it.

I could just imagine a children’s story being told about what was at the end of the path.

If you have any thoughts on a story line be sure to let me know.

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Bush land above Mammoth Cave near Margaret River
Bush land above Mammoth Cave near Margaret River
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Abandoned

During the summer we holiday in North East Victoria, in what I believe is the most beautiful place in the world, Bright.

I always take my camera, but I also like to take my bike.

Getting up early in the morning, when the air is still crisp, I set of to ride the 25kms to Myrtleford, where I call into the bakery for a well earned breakfast.

Cycling on the rail trail, you pass many interesting sites, from the iconic Railway Café in Porepunkah, the Rostrevor Hops garden, wineries and many farms. Passing one of these farms I spotted this abandoned truck in the long grass. I find this image so interesting. It makes me wonder who used to own the truck, where did they travel. What was it like the day this truck was purchased new? So many stories captured in this truck that now sits in the long grass rusting away

Abandoned
Abandoned

Advice of a Son

Well following advice from my youngest son, I have set up a WordPress website.

After introducing me to WordPress he has left me to fend for myself.

What is this mysterious world called the Dashboard?

Why do my posts appear as pages and where did the picture I attached to my post disappear too?

I am sure that I will get there, and I beg your understanding whilst I am learning.

Here is to the interesting journey ahead.

Regards

Marianna