Mt Tamborine Winter 2016

It has been a while since my last post, and as I had occasion to travel north to (very) rainy Queensland and had a spare 3 hours decided to spend this at Mt Tamborine.

As this was my first ever foray into a tropical environment short of a hothouse, it took me a little while to adapt to the dark and damp conditions. Being overcast if not drizzling (I’m glad my Pentax is pretty much impervious to this sort of environment) at least removed some of the problems associated with rainforests of high contrasts with beams of sunlight filtering through the canopy and the dark shadows underneath it.

My overall impression on a cool about 20 degree day was that the air was thick with humidity, and everything was green and trying to get up into the light.


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Apart from being a photographer I ride horses compete in Dressage, Showjumping and Eventing or Horse Trials. I also own and run an Equestrian property to the East of Melbourne, Australia. In my spare time I run a a Bed and Breakfast and a couple of websites and

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