Compost 06/08/2007

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    We've had the compost pile for approx. one year and it has made some nice brown composty dirt- the rest of the yard is sand. It's also amazing how much less often I have to empty the kitchen garbage can and how much less smelly it is- turns out, a majority of my trash is compostable food scraps.

    Day 84 of Project 365.

    Coolbellup, Western Australia.

    Are we Human>?, trevorscottcarpenter, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. philoutw 68 months ago | reply

      absolutely beautiful! Thanks!

    2. blair_smith 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, another great shot!

      I am using your photos for a blog post for Clean Air Gardening, under your terms for creative license. When the blog posts about using compost to improve soil, your photo and attributions will post, too.

      If you want me to replace the photo, just let me know and I can replace it right away! Thanks!

    3. elspethbriscoe 44 months ago | reply

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    4. angelpark85 44 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! Your photo has received the Amber Award from FotoVotr. It has been selected from the Flickr community because of its interest and popularity. For more information, please visit the FotoVotr Amber Group. We would be honored to have you join us!

    5. gmachlin1 36 months ago | reply

      Hi - I used this photo for my blog post at: www.ecoplum.com/blog/the-dirt-on-compostable-dinnerware/ and gave you credit. Please let me know if that's OK and if you want the credit to say something else. THANKS!

    6. suavehouse113 36 months ago | reply

      It's perfectly fine to use the photo. Thanks for the heads-up. It's a nice article.

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