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Images Dated 5th January 2014

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SAGE Featured 5 Jan 2014 Print

SAGE

Again, straight from our garden, I love herbs, they are a haven and a heaven for butterflies and bees.Salvia officinalis (garden sage, common sage) is a perennial, evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, grayish leaves, and blue to purplish flowers. It has been grown for centuries in the Old World for its food and healing properties and was often described in old herbals for the many miraculous properties attributed to it. The specific epithet, officinalis, refers to the plant's medicinal use: the officina was the traditional storeroom of a monastery where herbs and medicines were stored!In Britain sage has for generations been listed as one of the essential herbs, along with parsley, rosemary and thyme

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Abandoned vehicle in ghost town Featured 5 Jan 2014 Print

Abandoned vehicle in ghost town

Abandoned vehicle in ghost town. Gwalia was a gold-mining town. Underground mining began in 1897 at the Sons of Gwalia mine that became the largest and deepest in Australia. The mine closed in 1963 and the population disappeared almost overnight. Gwalia, near Leonora, Goldfields region, Great Victorian Desert, Western Australia

Deserted miners cottage and vehicle in a ghost town Featured 5 Jan 2014 Print

Deserted miners cottage and vehicle in a ghost town

Deserted miner's cottage and vehicle in a ghost town. Gwalia was a gold-mining town. Underground mining began in 1897 at the Sons of Gwalia mine that became the largest and deepest in Australia. The mine closed in 1963 and the population disappeared almost overnight. Gwalia, near Leonora, Goldfields region, Great Victorian Desert, Western Australia