Weekly Photo Challenge : Endurance

Mt Hotham

The land endures.

This land was ravaged by ferocious bush fires in 2006, but nature endures this savage attack and already growth and renewal can be seen. 

Meanwhile on shore the wind tears at the Pandanus trees

Meanwhile on shore tornadoes and the wind tears at the Pandanus trees

Australia is a land of contrasts. Along the coast tornadoes roar in from across the ocean leaving devastation behind. But this Pandanus tree endures by bending and swaying in the storm.

The waves come crashing down

The waves come crashing down

Nature cannot be controlled and it is awesome in its fury.

tiaro mary river camp

A silver lining

There is always hope in the dawn of a new day.

Walking through the Bungles

Walking through the Bungles

Despite man’s constant meddling the land, the ocean and nature will endure.


A demonstration of the endurance and survival of trees.


The survivor

This week’s WP photo challenge “share a photo of what endurance means to you”

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13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Endurance

  1. Lovely images of your lovely country PP. The Bungles look fascinating. I’d love to walk in there.

  2. Madoqua

    Definitely an enduring landscape – I enjoyed your photo series a lot.
    My favourite is the last photo……aren’t trees just incredible?

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  4. advocacine

    Wonderful images!

  5. Australia is a testament to endurance! Great pics for the challenge 😀

    • I think the Australian people are also a testament to the enduring spirit. Certainly get put through the mill weatherwise don’t we Dianne?

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