There’s a mountain top that i am dreamin’ of, if you need me you’ll know where to find me.
Never take life for granite and make sure someone has got your back.
Sometimes in life you just need someone there to break the back of the wind, not to take it all away, but take the edge away.
This little tree and his rock pal were a pair of standouts on this hill up from the Thredbo River, not a majestic snow gum yet, but hopefully one day it will take the place of so many of the old and falling snowgums.
“ngumbi Jodi” thats hello in language of the Dharawal people.
Gotta learn something new everyday – and for another fun fact – did you know that alot of the names in the Illarawarra are derived from aboriginal names – mostly mispronounced tho :)
Thelma Point. I visited this little spot some years and have always wanted to get back with the right conditions, its a fine balance between too much water flowing over the rockshelf and not enough to create a nice cascade.
Its also a good reminder to watch the sea and never assume that just cause there has not been any waves come across for 5 or 10 minutes that its all sweet. This spot, on this morning, had some odd rhythms to it, it would go almost 12 or 15 minutes without a wave making it over the shelf, then you get a whole bunch, like 5 or 6 waves that would nail it.. and when those bunker busters are pounding the pavement its hard to hold your own
Taken with the very nice KaseFilters 1.2 grey graduated filter for a shutter speed of 1/4s
..and no wet toes