Well after what seems an eternity not updating here I have not had time to sort through any recent images from my trip to the NT and or from my 5D mkII ! slack you may say….but life just gets very hectic sometimes ! So those of you waiting to see some digi 5D images from me may have to wait just a little longer I’m afraid. Flemming may have to endure another image that has water and gravity combining forces… 😉
So here’s an image from late November taken from Gippsland’s beautiful cool temperate rainforests. Majestically towering over the creek is a myrtle beech tree – their pinate leaves are to adore whether they are fallen in a carpet of rustic confetti over the forest floor or the vibrance and range of their colours during new seasons growth. In this photograph the creek is running a little brown due to heavy overnight rains preceding this moment in time.
‘cool temperate rainforest’ – Fuji G617, Velvia 50.