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Our natural bushland

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I love our natural bushland. Despite not enjoying the heat of Australia, I can cope with the dryness of the land.
 
No matter how often I go into the bush near my city, I see beauty every time. The rock formations, the wild flowers (& some not so wild), even the animals. It is a rugged beauty that is prepared to fight for survival & is a great lesson of us to learn.

 
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