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Nestled


I thought the little church at Neurea looked lovely nestled in the grass.  There is not much else to mark this spot on the map.

I've added Neurea as locality at 100 Towns

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  1. Ah! And nestled it is .... Wonderfully captured Joan .... The colours are a delight to my eyes.

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  2. What a gorgeous little church in a cosy spot. I love how it's made from corrugated iron. Very Australian.

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  3. They look like thistles, but there is quite a few of them ... is/are ... ??

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    1. Not thistles. It is that purple top verbena I showed you out on the Yarrabin road. It seems to be thriving in our odd wet Summer.

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  4. It's nice and snug amongst the long grass. Full of memories :D)

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  5. Is not this the most adorable church you've ever seen?
    Love this photo.
    I'm gunna pin it on my pinterest?
    Can I?
    If you don't want me to, just say.

    http://pinterest.com/freefalling/photos-i-like/

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    1. Go for it, I'd be honoured. I have never heard of pininterest and sure enjoyed looking at your pin board.

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