In the previous post one track led to Watiparinga Reserve which came to a sudden stop at a railway embankment, this next walk started across the railway line.
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Across the railway line you can see a little of the embankment
Passenger train heading towards the CBD.
Freight train heading towards Sleep’s Hill Tunnel and the CBD.
Tracks go in all directions.
One of the ups!
No wonder there was a quarry not far away.
Not terraces across the gully but small tracks.
At a high spot there’s always a good reason to take a breather. The views.
The building in the distance is Westfield, Marion.
On the horizon is Glenelg.
Over there somewhere is the track I need to take back.
I think I see the track.
Yeah, there’s the railway line, I’m on the right track.
Only a couple of bird photos this time.
Rainbow Lorikeet, it’s nesting time
One area looked like it was completely covered in wild flowers.
A field of Wildflowers? Wild yes, native no.
Swan Bush, the food plant for Wanderer caterpillars
Twiggy Bush-Pea – a native
Salvation Jane or Paterson’s Curse
Wattle – a native