07 April 2013

Copeland Tops, N.S.W.

another of the Gloucester 'fords' to cross
 

 
 
with a sweet sky at lunch break
 


signage on location




 

 

"Copeland Tops State Conservation area contains deep holes, shafts, and adits with concealed entrances which may cause serious injury or death.  Stay within walking trails and access roads whilst visiting the reserve."

 

12 comments:

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Super photos, Carole, that really give a feel of the area. Thankyou.

Min fotogen said...

wow ...such a great photos from the rainforest!

Digi-Irma said...

Beautiful nature is this Carole.
You should indeed stay on the trails otherwise expire wrong with you.
Have a great Sunday.
Greetings Irma

Gert Jan Hermus said...

Very nice series. Thanks! ;-)

Warm greetings from the Netherlands,
DzjieDzjee

Red Nomad OZ said...

Nature's resilience always amazes me - what a shame it can't somehow fill in the mineshafts!! I'll definitely be adding this spot to my list!!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Thanks for taking us along to the rainforest, Carole. Great photos and interesting information. I had not heard of dry rainforests before.

Montanagirl said...

Very nice photos. They sure depict quite well the area you were visiting.

TexWisGirl said...

really neat trees! have never heard or read about a 'dry rainforest' before, so thank you!

Brian King said...

I like those trees and their root systems! A beautiful place! I'd have fun just driving through the water! :-)

Jan Castle said...

Gorgeous rain forest pictures Carole!!!

Geke said...

Beautiful rainforest. The trees are quite tall!!

Judy said...

I would be so nervous about crossing a river like that - getting the bottom of the car all wet!!! I love the look of the trees, though!!!