Yesterday’s sunrise on my morning paddle off Cronulla. – Mark
I live out in regional Victoria and I am so lucky and grateful to have views like these on my walk up and down my road. – Cassie
A display of freebies, including lemons and a QR code humour. The riddle was “what did the fish say when it swam into the wall?” – Aga
My two hours outside are spent feeding and caring for my horse … it’s my daily therapy. – Barbara
Fitzroy Gardens- thousands of daffodils – Jennifer
It took six lockdowns, but I finally managed to get out kayaking on the Maribyrnong in the sun! – M
At this time of the year the magnolias are a definite highlight whilst out doing our 10,000 steps. – Rodney
Seeing my favourite duck at the lake on my walk. – Emily
This is within my five kilometres – Polly
I noticed on my backpacking training walk (I am an optimist) that red deer bulls have an amazingly loud and deep roar when my dog ran across one.
Jazz ran very fast back to its owner, eyes popping then looked back into the gully.
I was wondering: what the f— was that. My whole body felt the noise.
I found out through a little investigation what it was, as I didn’t see it, you learn something new every day!
Even in lockdown. – David
Spring sun between the clouds – Anshi
This sign – along the river near Scienceworks in Spotswood – never fails to make me laugh! – Erin
Lots of baby birds in 5km! – Emma
Swooped by a magpie for the first time this year, Spring is definitely coming! – Matt
A gorgeous find on our walk after dinner a couple of nights ago. – Julie
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