15 June 2013

after the wishing tree walk

there was another suspension bridge to cross along the rainforest walk(O'Reillys Retreat, Lamington N.P., Qld), meeting up then with Morans Creek.

expected there would be little crayfish (yabbies) in here, but couldn't see any

every now and then, there were glimpses of sunshine 






was only four weeks ago I was there and enjoying that walk; seems like ages already

and so it's not an 'all-green' post, a couple of sweeties to finish off with

Eastern Yellow Robin seen on another walk at the same location

 and an Eastern Spinebill in the gardens surrounding the lodges

10 comments:

Brian King said...

Love your forests! The robin is a beautiful bird! Nice yellow. I remember the Spinebill from other photos. Very handsome!

eileeninmd said...

I would love this rainforest walk. Sounds and looks beautiful. Great birds, the robin is so colorful and pretty. The Spinebill is a cool looking bird. Great photos.

Digi-Irma said...

Untouched nature is beautiful, the yellow robin is great.
Very well photographed, Carole.
Have a great weekend.
Regards, Irma

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

My kind of place. Hope you have more to show.

grammie g said...

Hi Carole...Beautiful lush foliage scenes, but those two little beauties at the end are just precious shot's!!
Lovely colorful birds, so nice to see birds in your part of the world!!
Grace

TexWisGirl said...

the robin is amazing! love the greens and mosses!

Bob Bushell said...

I love the rainforest, you have put some of pictures, superb.

Montanagirl said...

That Robin is gorgeous! Love all your photos.

diane b said...

It sure looks like a deep dark forest. I must go walking up there again one day. The birds are so cute .

Jan Castle said...

Looks so restful!!!! Love your pretty little robin!