The beautiful light of the afternoon sun filtering through the trees has cast a lovely warming glow over the entire scene. We were in the Tingle forest at Walpole, in the south west of Western Australia some 450+ kms from Perth. The trees are mostly red Tingles which are only found in this area of our state. They grow nowhere else in the world. Interspersed with them are a few Karri and one or two Jarrah trees – the Karri being the world’s third tallest growing tree. This particular section of the forest is away from the main areas of public interest and, as a result, doesn’t get very many visitors other than those who choose to stay at the nearby B&B. We were pointed towards it by the skipper of a local river cruise boat we had been on that morning.
Camera Sony DSC R1 with nd filter
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