Friday, August 5, 2011

Tasmanias old growth forests

Our state is torn over the proposed pulp mill which I hope and pray never gets off the ground. For me it has always been about both the saving of Tasmanias old growth forests and the effluent which will be dumped on our pristine beaches at Low Head.  


  1. Thank you for leaving a comment over at my blog. I love yours! It's so bright and colourful with wonderful photographs; it's obvious to see you have a real artist's eye. The main picture of your garden is lovely. Your garden puts mine to shame - and I live in England's "green and pleasant" land where other people's gardens seem to thrive! I have no excuse and hang my head in shame!

  2. Lovely pic Chris, it reminds me of the West Coast where we grew up. Good on you for standing up for what you are passionate about xx

  3. you have my support on both those issues...