The variations, in the way the vegetation seemed to sculpt the landscape, were surprising. I had not thought previously that the hills and dales of a landscape are flattened or made more extreme by the type of plants, the thickness or openness of their structures, heights, textures and colours. The shape and nature of the underlying geology is transformed by the living organisms that grow from within and above it.We stepped over wombat droppings.Our little trek was incredibly pleasant with the sun on our shoulders.
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Author: Dr Helen Tyzacknewtyzack@gmail.com