2016 revisited: March
Seaside, countryside, bush.
The month started with a visit to Margate with our friend. It was a gorgeous day - bright and windy - and we enjoyed our walk around the town and along the coast. One day I'd like to go back and hire bikes to cycle around to Broadstairs on the Viking Coastal Trail.
Notes from Lake Field. After the daffodils beginning to bud in February, the crocuses burst through, letting us know that spring really was on the way.
Then it was off to Australia for a week in the bush (end of March) and a week in town (start of April). I wrote about our time in the country in what I think is my favourite post of 2016: Australia (Part 1: Country). I took so many photos in Australia, and shared a lot of them in my posts at the time. But here are a couple of new ones for you - an eastern spinebill and a red-browed finch.
I'll post some more city pictures from our visit to Melbourne next time.
P.S. I really like reading "year in review" posts, so please hit me up with your links in the comments.
I can definitely recommend that ride on the Viking Coast Trail. I enjoyed it last December. It was a brilliant route by the coastline with really great sights (and good ice-cream) :)
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