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Only these four Antarctic Beech trees remain in the Springbrook National Park, along the ‘Best of all Lookout’. South east Queensland, Australia. A very short walk of 350m, and well worth the time out. Logging was rife during the pioneering days.

Canon EOS 400D
Canon EFS 18-55mm lens


antarctic beech, australia, best of all lookout, jordan miscamble, moss, queensland, rainforest, springbrook national park, trees


  • hereforfun
    hereforfunabout 4 years ago

    Fabulous shot, tree’s seem to take a life on all of their own

  • They certainly do Trudi! Thank you for the visit and kind comment.

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • helmutk
    helmutkabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture !

  • Cheers hemutk!

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • SunnieGal
    SunnieGalabout 4 years ago

    Hey Jordan!! You’ve been down to Springbrook again! I love this particular walk. And, at the end – SO worth it!! Great shot mate, you do them proud here!

  • Hi SunnieGal. I needed to get out of Brisbane one afternoon and the road took me there again. Thanks for the kind comments.

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • JagG
    JagGabout 4 years ago

    This shot is FAntastic!!! I love my trees.

  • Thanks JagG! I don’t think I’ll ever stop being amazed, no matter how many times I go there.

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • fezoj64
    fezoj64about 4 years ago

    What superior beautiful shot Jordan , it is perfect. ..Jozef

  • Thanks for the kind words Jozef.

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • Frankf
    Frankfover 3 years ago

    Thank you for showing this beautiful little corner of our world.

  • Hi Frank! Many thanks for the feature!

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • patcheah
    patcheahalmost 3 years ago

    Fantastic capture of these awesome trees. Love the moss and the roots. Eerie scary place but magical.Love it! What a lovely place to go for walks.

  • Hi patcheah! This is a VERY belated thankyou!

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture, this is what Plants at Risk group is all about, bringing attention to such plants as these. thank you for this

  • Thankyou for your kind comments kalaryder! I must get out and about more in nature, been focussing on Street Photography alot lately.

    – Jordan Miscamble

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 2 years ago


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