“The trek northwards would take months. We wearily trudged on, tired and hungry, scavenging for what food we could find. The earthquakes had left devastation around the planet, nothing was recognisable. Vast mountains had appeared bringing with them amazing exposed rock formations that had been buried for millions of years”.
Macro photograph taken from an Australian Melaleuca tree. (Also known as paperbark tree, or tea tree)
Focal length 6-20mm.
Macro photography of bark, rocks and flowers are my passion. Finding miniature landscapes or abstract art in bark and rocks is what I truly love!