Newnes state forest
UAV footage by Tim Harris.
Photos by Henry Gold
In a place you know so well. This place. The Gardens of Stone.
A place what does it mean?
To you and you and you.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Does it mean a thousand things?
Does it mean a thousand songs?
Does it mean a thousand belongs.
To which belong the thousand songs?
Then sing your line your line of song. Sing your song where you belong
Sing your line your line of song
You Songliner. You songliner.
The Rock Gardeners The Gardeners of Stone guard the temples of doom
Where the rocks wind and bend in a mist laden room.
They tender the haven of many a delight
Without trowel or shovel, just stealth in the night.
We are the Gardeners, in the Gardens of Stone
Gardens of treasure, Of nature alone.
Across these pagodas things move every which way,
As nobody intended; so The Gardeners say.
The Lands of Ben Bullen Australia under threat from mining Aerial Film 22.
Cinematography © Gary P Hayes 2017
150 people, 2 giant banners. Equally huge levels of energy, positive ideas and a beautiful day in the Gardens of Stone.
Thanks everybody who spent a day at this beautiful spot.
Take action to stop Manildra wrecking the Gardens of Stone 07_0127 MOD 5 - D490/17
Could you please take action to help fight off open-cut coal mining in the Gardens of Stone region at Ben Bullen State Forest 25km north-west of Lithgow.
Manildra's - a starch and ethanol company that has no real business in coal - wishes to restart the twice rejected Invincible open-cut mine in the Ben Bullen State Forest. It has set up a subsiduary, Castlereagh Coal, to push this proposal through.