Thursday, 19 March 2009

Wondong fires Strath Creek fires Buxton fires Beechworth fires Marysville fires KingLake fires Yea fires: Murrindindi/Yea fires: UpDate"

Hello to you all this fine beautiful sunny day. I am going to get some photos soon of the fire areas and post what they look like now. Everything is beginning to regenerate its self and there is a beautiful green haze covering much of the ground. While there will remain scars upon the land for a very long time to come, I believe that this signifies a new beginning or a new cycle for many, I am not going to major on this subject, its been extremely hard for all involved. May God bless you all.


Anonymous said...

Life will and always does go on. It is lovely to look out and see the regeneration of 'new life'- a green hillside is far more uplifting than a scorched, black one.

Yes, the scars upon the land will remain still for a time to come, but the physical and emotional scars that all those involved carry, will remain a lifetime. Nearly 6 weeks on and it still feels like 'yesterday'. We will heal eventually, but will always remember


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I love your outlook on this time in your country! This is a BEAUTIFUL post...can't wait to see the photos...and I have some pretty NICE news too.....Russell Vickery, the man that took the photo of David Tree and the Koala??? He found my blog through the photos U helped me post about the fires and left me the nicest, sweetest comment...I was so touched! :):):):):):):):):)