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I do wish my readers would visit you more often than they do. You all are so obviously "in love".....Robert Seymour Bridges ((1844-1930), alt. after Joachin Neander (1650-1680), (your pronouns may vary)...

"Daily doth the almighty Giver bounteous gifts on us bestow;
his desire our soul delighteth, pleasure leads us where we go.
Love doth stand at his hand; joy doth wait on his command."

Denis Wilson

Hi Jarrett
Sorry I missed your posting about Banksias until now.
They certainly are a great feature of the Sydney Sandstone fauna. But also they have all those different ones in the South-West.
A treasure of biodiversity, which is so little understood, or valued, except on blogs like yours.

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