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Old 12th October 2011
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Re: Sleaford Bay Lincoln National Park

Is this rock limestone, sitting on top of a darker layer of something else?
It certainly has the feel of wonderful limestone or karst topography scenery with its interesting limitations of what vegetation can grow. The little pools are wounderful collectors of what little soil and debris there is, to then form small pockets for plants to grow as shown so well in No.3. This then creates a lovely range of interesting plants to photograph!

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