Twisted Lakes is renowned for it’s magnificent reflections surrounded by Pencil Pines and “the fagus”.
This definitely wasn’t one of those reflection days but it was spectacular in the ferocity of the winds. It was one of those days that would blow the dog off the chain and turn the chooks inside out.
I didn’t manage to capture it on camera but while standing on this spot I saw squalls of wind reach down, lift up hundreds of gallons of water, lift it 20 metres in the air, and rain it back down again. I saw this happen several times.
It certainly was rugged, beautiful and invigorating being out in it but I was glad I had appropriate clothing.
I love this pic for the waterfall across the other side of Dove Lake, I think I can see Mark across there if I squint my eyes the right way!!
Cradle Mountain National Park