Wetlands Zen

24 Feb 2013: There was a brief break from the wind and the rain this morning so I decided to venture up in the Jerrabomberra Wetlands for a bit of Zen. It hard to believe that the wetlands are only five kilometres from the CBD of Canebrra. You would swear that you are miles away from anything!


Off we go into the wetlands

Wetlands check point – with Charlie Honker…he actually believes that he is a swan.

The Lilies are on steriods here

No way through….A Lily barricade

It’s still inviting, even on a dull and overcast morning

Entering into the willow cave

Love it through this section, very serene.

Peering through the curtains

wondering what will be next.

Up here things can take on a different persona

Up here things can take on a different persona.

Could be a rare sighting of the LGB monster….lucky to escape in one piece.

Could be a rare sighting of the LGB monster….lucky to escape in one piece.

Leaving calm and relaxed.

Leaving calm and relaxed.

Mum, dad and the kids are coming along for the ride as well.

I hope you have enjoyed the photos from this morning paddle into the wetlands.

“Nature has been for me, for as long as I remember, a source of solace, inspiration, adventure, and delight; a home, a teacher, a companion.” Lorraine Anderson

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