Christine and I were strolling around the rock pools at Collaroy yesterday, beside stunning, water- and wind-carved cliffs:
Christine walked straight up to a tiny fossil:
A little research tells that pretty little plant may be a Dicroidium zuberi, a type of seed fern that died and got rock-squeezed roughly 245 million years ago. How cool is that?
I spotted a tiny fish with yellow and black stripes:
And this I found the other day, while hiking a national park nearby, caught in the rain, sore and some miles to go:
A little welcome for me, from the protectors of this big sunburnt country.