Running Waters – Part 2

The trees at Running Waters were eucalypts of course, but very different ones to the ones found in the east. On the sand flats are the river red gums – red because of the colour of its sap. Here is a magnificent specimen.

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They tended to grow in strands so there was plenty of shade by the water hole.

Running Waters

On the rocky escarpment were the ghost gums. They grew more singularly.

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Sometimes they grew in the most unlikely places, like half-way up the cliff-face.

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