In January this year, this National Heritage listed Warrumbungle N.P. was devastated by horrendous bush-fires, revealing the terrain to the core, where it had once been disguised by towering trees. This Australian Geographic article here tells all.
Eight months later, there are signs of new growth
belonging to the Clematis family, commonly known as Old Mans Beard
the views are somewhat eerie, but majestic still
a fleeting moment, I'm wondering could it be a Blue-faced Honeyeater?
Part Two tomorrow with views from White Gum Lookout, as colourful spring wild flowers paint the landscape.