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Photo No. 1 - Just Inside the Park


The native scrub just inside the park feels part of a landscape that is 'immediately' alive and real, but also speaks of vast time and freedom. It is a landscape that is both very hardy and extremely delicate.

 

 

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Photo No. 2


I am walking along the top of the park (generally a flat plateau) that from its edge gives way to eroded forms that lead down to cliffs along the coast. Up on top of the park, there are some small native trees. There aren't many trees in the larger regions of the eroded slopes that flow down to the coast.

 

 

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Photo No. 3


A small native plant seen next to the dirt pathway I'm following. This park is basically left to allow it to survive under its native conditions. The land is not worked like a farm and it receives only rain water, so the native plants here have to be suited to these local conditions, or they simply won't survive. Introduced species of plants and animals are continually removed, to allow the native species to flourish.

 

 

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