Wooleen Sta­tion

Midwest Times - - OPINION - Ja­neen Bent­ley

It is so peace­ful, the stars in the sky just glim­mer within hands reach.

The def­i­ni­tion of beauty comes from here for the hard work­ing, the na­tur­ist, his­to­rian or pas­toral­ist.

The com­mu­nique with the el­e­ments, stars and cold nights where na­ture does its own thing. The scorch­ing sum­mer suns bleach­ing the life and sus­te­nance from all forms of life. The tight bond be­tween the harsh el­e­ments and na­ture vic­tors.

But most of all; the seren­ity; exquisite­ness, pic­turesque sur­round­ings and the ex­tra­or­di­nary abun­dance of life.

Sights un­seen; un­heard of be­fore to most mankind.

The mag­nif­i­cence shim­mers from within; to those who sanc­tify the Aus­tralian out­back.

But all should re­spect the land, tread softly and war­ily to leave no trace of their visit.

Be one with na­ture, the earth, veg­e­ta­tion and eco­log­i­cal for­ma­tions.

Happy and safe trav­els.

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