Dryandra is home to more than 25 mammals, 100 birds and 50 reptiles. The WA Department of Environment and Conservation has developed walk trails ranging from one to 12.4 kilometres, as well as an audio drive trail.
Here is some of the animals you might see - an echidna, a bobtail goanna and a kangaroo with joey in her pouch.
As happens with camping, I tend to wake when the sun comes up, so I was up early and went walking with my camera along the Congelin Siding Walk trail which is adjacent to the camping area. This trail follows the old Pinjarra to Narrogin railway line constructed in 1925. Along the walk you can see some wooden relics from this time.
The early morning light was so beautiful filtering through the trees that I decided to play around with shutter priority mode on my camera. And here are some of the results.
My post wouldn't be complete without a wildflower - this is one of the spider orchid family.
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have enjoyed this little early morning walk at Dryandra. Do you like early morning walks? Have you tried shutter priority mode? - have a go - you can capture some beautiful light. I look forward to hearing from you. Have a wonderful week.
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