mexicorosel Rest and reconnect. I carry this feeling with me everywhere. 4h

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mexicorosel Exploring the abandoned orchard with wild bamboo. Lush natural depth of lupin, cleaver, clover, and other groundcovers. Perfect playground. 4h

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mexicorosel Aforementioned awesome children climbing fallen logs in the pine forest. 4h

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mexicorosel The beautiful West Australia coast. My home coast. 7h
  •   nishobora 7h
  •   nine_lions Hope to visit Australia one day 7h
  •   trappenberg If there's one thing I regret it is not being able to travel the west coast which was my one thing I wanted to do in australia 😕 7h
  •   crossingoverland How gorgeous! Reminds me of the Oregon/California Coast! 6h
  •   fieldnotes__ Favourite place in the whole wide world! We are lucky to be from here 4h

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mexicorosel Pine forest bliss 9h

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mexicorosel #fromwhereistand Up in the canopy of a blossoming Almond tree... Delicious naturally managed (no human input!) aka abandoned Almonds. #foodisfree #exploreourworld 9h

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mexicorosel Inside a prickly pear cactus pad. Incredible multi-layered structure. I imagine there would be very little loss of moisture in a stacked system like this. Also the fruit is pretty delicious! 9h

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mexicorosel Pine forest adventures. 9h

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mexicorosel I spent a half week with some awesome kids while their parents had a little birthday holiday. We ran, skipped and climbed around the neighbourhood collecting all sorts of different leaves for a homework assignment where the youngest child, Harper, was tasked with playing the role of a botanist. Kids are just so amazing. So much unrestricted energy. I love that there are so many people actively working to encourage the falling away of the restrictions our society places on our kids and each other. It is so good to be alive! 9h
  •   diahhha Love your words. 9h
  •   farinalu really like your thinking! You're absolutely right! 9h
  •   samuwella_stone Such an amazing time to be here. So much potential so much fun. 8h
  •   mischmish Wow! 7h

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mexicorosel Sharing this photo @theroadishome took of one of our Tuscan Kale mother plants. She was planted from seed and has seeded once herself now, and little baby kale grows all around her feet. Her stem grows strong and thick and her leaves more and more abundant. In her first season she suffered from a huge party of aphids, but now the buckwheat and alyssum we grow have attracted their own party of ladybugs and predatory wasps who keep the aphid population in check. The aphids barely touch it as they prefer the younger, weaker plants. We have maybe 10 more of these mother Kale plants in our garden... If you're in Toowoomba, send me a message and you can pick a bunch! I'll even give you some locally-grown, hardy seed. Big love to you all x 6d

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mexicorosel Two of the sweetest little humans I know. Alba and Lilly. Alba with a loquat branch, Lilly with lupin leaf. 1w
  •   k.dazy Your Alba is so beautiful I just want to kiss her sweet face 1w
  •   marizabeth I love that these girls are having adventures together! There is something so magical about the shared childhoods of the children of friends. 1w
  •   rhubarbwholefoods Hi there! I saw your FB post re Vietnam... Have sent you a message in FB but will be in your others as we are not connected on FB... Give us a buzz, I'd love to support the project! 0481322417 - tarsha x 6d
  •   happymariee Aaawww 6d

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mexicorosel Whatcha doin', Alba Joy? - I loving, Papa. I loving the flower. 1w

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mexicorosel Alba in her natural habitat. 🌞 1w

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mexicorosel We collect wild fennel seed to hand out at our #foodisfree market stall. So fragrant. So abundant. 1w
  •   nicksegner Awesome - free food stand? 1w
  •   mexicorosel Yeah man! @nicksegner We collected loads of oranges, lemons and mandarins from the heavily fruiting trees around town, hoping to close the gap a bit in our local food system. I mean, it's citrus season here in Perth and the shops are shipping Lemons over from Mexico (~$1 each), Oranges from California... When literally right outside there are hundreds of trees PACKED with FREE fruit. So much unnecessary waste. Next step is actually making something with all this citrus! 1w
  •   nicksegner @mexicorosel great concept and thanks for implementing it! I noticed the same in Cali once where all kinds of oranges and lemons were on the ground everywhere and people were still buying them in the stores. Same with apples in the Midwest or blackberries in the PNW. Use what is ours instead of shipping produce globally for sure! 1w
  •   mexicorosel Yes! The good life is so simple and a lot of the framework is already here, in the wild plants that could (and should) be harvested and prepared as is the heritage of many cultures worldwide, in the fruit and nut trees that are already established and producing, in the huge amounts of compost that each neighbourhood creates. There are SO MANY loose ends to gather up and connect to create healthy cycles that benefit us all, it's really actually very exciting. The possibilities... The potential of our reality is so immensely wonderful. Thank you for making it so on your side of the world! @nicksegner 1w

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mexicorosel The night cosies up to the land as the earth rolls away from the sun... Almond magnificence silhouetted against the evening sky. If you live in Perth and want to visit this beautiful natural haven and enjoy its fruits, send me a message. 2w

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mexicorosel It is so GOOD to be back in the garden, cultivating the soil, creating radiant life. Bring on the urban harvest! 2w

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mexicorosel Wild fennel, tall and fragrant. We rub the seeds together in our hands and massage the scent into our beards. Irresistible. 2w

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mexicorosel @dominiquefelicity and Aaron's sweet little Lily eating soursob while her papa, Alba & I collect wild fennel seed between the setting sun and rising moon. 2w
  •   mexicorosel Almond blossom nearby... Life is beautiful, search it out and protect it. Be nourished and nurtured, and use your newfound energy to do the same. Radiate goodness. 2w
  •   picardyplace What is sour sob? I love the rising moon ... & that its beauty universally shared. Though. A storm rolled over the ocean during the initial rise yesterday evening, a barred owl awoke me during the night ... So at 2:38 am est I enjoyed the same lovely view as you ... To the singing crickets and a soulful owl 2w
  •   lokyinlau Albaaaa 2w
  •   summvs @mexicorosel beautiful <3. ancient greeks considered plants as the link between humans~gods 2w
  •   abigailbobophotography fairy girl 2w

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mexicorosel Alba in an abandoned Almond orchard. #natural #organic #wild #perth #nitrogen #nutrients 2w

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