rainforest walk in Mount Tambourine National Park
the buttresses help the trees reach up for the light
a forest guardian
photos courtesy of Old Man Crow with his iPhone
Mo, if you went to the Northern end of the escarpment, to the Lookout Point on the western side…you would have seen the place where I lived!
such a magic mountain!
Yes, we have some good memories.
Your world looks very special Mo !
I love the subtropical rainforest of South East Queensland and North Eastern NSW, I lived in the area for ten years from 1976-1986 so felt very at home for the three days of the workshop it was amazing to go bushwalking before the sun came up!
Very beautiful and powerful photos, Mo!
those ones are courtesy of Old Man Crow, he did a bushwalk each day in between driving me to and from the workshop back to the B&B each day! He’s a champion!
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