The refection shot is great with a slight mist hanging over the valley.
Love that shot with the sun behind the trees
John these are great landscape shots. I love the ones showing the trail.
What a lovely place!
It looks wonderful! I've never been there but hear a lot about it. After seeing your photos, I think I would love a walk there.
A lovely series of captures here John. I particularly like the close up of tree bark texture, great reflection and clever positioning of the owl! Thank you for dropping by my blog; like you, I would be interested to know the greater detail on how the artist painted on the silos from the cherry picker. Also, I guess the Australian climate is one reason this style of art is more popular/common here than in the UK :-) Keep well and thank you for sharing your part of our world.
Oh, I think I've been there once. Your photos bring it back to memory, though it must have been a good 20 years ago.
That owl was a treasure! Such a lovely place to hike!
Looks like an interesting 'wild' nplace to visit.
Beautiful photos, looks like a great reserve to visit:)
Marvellous photographs as usual John. I think my favourite is the one of silvery birch 'logs' end on with lichen on their ends.
Looks like a lovely place for a long walk. Love the photos and especially that owl.
Interesting landscape for a walk. Cool owl.
Always good to see your photographs, but that owl is amazing.All the best Jan
That does look pretty wild... some deep forest and great hiking. I'm guessing you're likely to see owls?
Lovely colours and textures with a feeling of mystery.
I bet the birds feel very safe way up there in those incroyably high trees! Love that silhouettey, did I just make up a new word😀, second shot!
That is a splendid owl--an air of mystery. Interesting to note that the soil has a reddish cast.
Now this is a place I would have rambled...wish I had had cameras back when I was young and lived in Tennessee....
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