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Grey water garden

"Grey water garden" by Elisabeth Fekonia

This is the first garden of my food forest garden. It is the most productive all year round due to the constant water and nutrient delivery from the house through sub-surface irrigation.
— Elisabeth Fekonia

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Let it bee

"Let it bee" by Kari Scruby

The wild rocket has bolted and the bees love it!!!
— Kari Scruby

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Tipi cubby

"Tipi cubby" by Dan

I had fun building an up-cycled tipi, from old marine rope and timber ladders, for the kids and my future passionfruit.
— Dan

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Walk the Planks

"Walk the planks" by Dan 

I like the feeling of the grain whilst walking barefoot along the railway sleeper maze to sow, water and harvest out of my long reef backyard.
— Dan

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Overlap

"Overlap" by Robyn Carter

Taken by my apartment’s front door on the edge of Allenby Park in the early morning, the many overlapping webs were too pretty to not try and capture. The diversity of birds, lizards and other little critters we observe in this area between nature and suburbia on a daily basis is amazing.
Observation, observation, observation!
— Robyn Carter

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Office Garden

"Office Garden" - Robyn Carter

A great growing space as well as a space for the office workers to eat lunch, reduce their rubbish via the worm farm and even have meetings. No more rubbish just interest and smiles from passers by and better neighbourly relationships.
— Robyn Carter

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Native bee hive in Spring

"Native bee hive in spring" by Paul Ryan

This was taken in my backyard in Elanora Heights recently. The native bees were particularly active this day and were swarming. I managed to take this beautiful pic. I like the soft focus haze. All those little white blurs is the sunlight reflecting off the little bees.
— Paul Ryan

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Incy wincy spider

"Incy wincy spider" by Paul Ryan

This photo was taken at garden “Permatour” of Selena’s garden on International Permaculture Day 2014. The spider was tiny, only about the size of a fingernail. But looks quite large with this perspective.
— Paul Ryan

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