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Trees in the mist

Travis Easton

Boronia, Australia

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Mountain ash are the tallest flowering plant on earth. Before logging became widespread there were even documented cases of 100m plus high trees. I photographed these beauties on Mt Donna Buang in the Yarra Valley outside of Melbourne. As a drum teacher I teach in five different schools every week, thursday being my Upper Yarra Secondary College day. I particularly look foreward to thursdays for the post school jaunt I inevitably do. The Yarra Valley is truly a valley of wonders containing beautiful forests, snow capped peaks (in winter), waterfalls, caves, vineyards and numerous basalt outcrops. A truly special place.

Winner of the Abstracts from Nature, Trees in Abstract group challenge 17/9/2008.

For more pics from this area check out my Yarra Ranges gallery.

To view other work in this genre check out my Flora gallery.

10% of all profits go to the Wilderness Society

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