Tree Tuesday



Antarctic beech

Antarctic beech


Antarctic beech

Antarctic beech

Antarctic beech

Antarctic beech

Yesterday we went for a drive into the hinterland, the green behind the gold of the Goldcoast. The road climbed steadily through the rainforest. After days of constant rain the sun tantalized us by flitting in and out of the clouds. The rainforest was a deep luxurious  green dripping with moss, ferns and lichen. We walked along the track to the lookout and as we rounded a corner we stopped in our tracks and gazed in awe at these ancient giants from another world. They are the most majestic trees I have ever seen. They oozed with character and splendour. The low cloud swirled around them and a cold wind made us shiver. These damp cold conditions are what has created a climate that these giants thrive in.

It felt a thousand miles away from the glitz and glamour of the Goldcoast but it was only a thirty minute drive up the Lamington Range.

I will be posting more photos of our day out in the next few days on my travel blog, “Gypsy Life”


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6 thoughts on “Tree Tuesday

  1. they are beautiful and look as if gnomes and fairies could easily peek around corners or from the depths of the shadows!
    it’s raining so hard right now that i can barely hear my own thoughts! must be raining all along the lines of latitude closest to the equator?!
    it’s been another late night of painting, and i’m heading to bed!

  2. Unbelievable majestic trees, wonderfully captured!
    Happy Tree Tuesday! 🙂

  3. What stunners…..

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