Beech Gully walk on Mt Erica,part of the southern Baw Baw mountains .Baw Baw National Park, Gippsland,Victoria,Australia.Best viewed larger.
rainforest, beeches, national park, baw baws, australia
Many years ago I painted. Then I realised that I did better at photography than painting – and that has been my medium of expression ever since.
This is wonderful, full of age and mysteryPlease add to Plants at Risk group
The trees are certainly very old indeed and this part of the forest seems to have escaped fire for a long time. Thank you,Kala.
– Bette Devine
Superbly captured Bette.
Thank you for your comment,Julie. I appreciate it.
Beautifully captured Bette!
Thank you Jordan for your kind comment.
Great and misterious looking forest
It certainly has an atmosphere. Much of this part of the forest is very dense and dark. Thanks,Hans.
Beautiful. I feel like I could reach out and touch the moss. Great color,great work. A fave.
I am happy that you feel like that about my photo. Thank you,marilyn.
Beautiful atmosphere and depth here Bette – I almost expect to see a Hobbit appear from behind the rocks! Another favourite for me. :)george
Thanks for your appreciation of the scene,George. It makes me feel very glad.
Lovely pic and place Bette.
Thank you,Sharon, for your kind comment!
Beautifully captured Bette. I love the mystical feeling of this image.
Many thanks,John, for your perception of the mystic in my photo of what is,after all, an ancient place.
What a beautiful capture, it feels so peaceful and filled with ancient mystery! Your image would be a great addition to In The Heart of The Forest group!
Thank you for your thoughtful comment,Whisper.
Fascinating. My sure fave!
Thank you – and thanks for the fave!