Native wildlife often rely on tree hollows for shelter and a place to raise young. We have so many interestingly shaped tree hollows, and I’ve just started to photograph them. I’ve called this post ‘Part 1″ because I’m sure there will be a follow-up with more!
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I think the recent winds we’ve had will have created a few more openings on trees around us but no lovely gnarly ones like yours.
The wind has ripped so much bark off the trees that the paths through the bushland are literally covered with it. We’ve also had a few large limbs fall from the trees. It DOES make you think about walking these paths when after some wind a large branch is right where you were walking yesterday. I now realise why it is not wise to camp beneath eucalypts. Lisa