In this cartoon, spring has come to Beechmont, while Binna Burra has become like Shangri-la: mysterious and inaccessible.
The forest is full of birdsong and insects are buzzing on high. The trees are flushing new growth: so much bright, young, green. It lights up the darkness of the rainforest. A white-browed scrubwren hops along the forest floor from … Read More
Some say seasonal transitions in the subtropics are subtle. By that, I guess they mean that we don’t get snow and ice in winter. But spring in south east Queensland is far from subtle. It’s a riot of bright flowers, … Read More