Tags: Kama Nature Reserve
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yes … and if you imagine the root system and the fungal mycelium linking it to all the other trees, it is wondrous indeed.
Eliz, thanks for the observation. I am right now in Canberra at the end of a very slow ADSL1 line, but with much effort I have added the “three sisters” to take your point a bit further.
Oh they are lovely!
(My NBN is probably no faster than your ADSL1)
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