Green is not a colour I normally associate with summer. Being a Sydneysider, all our plants and lawns fade. And walking in the bush is not a fun activity in heat and humidity.
But green is Dar’s colour of summer.
And Tassie obliges.
Given the amount of wilderness in Tassie, and the rain they usually get, they do green very well. Even on their maps.
Look at all the national parks.
The biggest monster of a magnolia tree I have ever seen. Strahan.
Tree ferns, Hogarth Falls, Strahan
Pond, City Park, Launceston
Pencil Pine Falls, Cradle Mountain National Park.
Lichen growing on trees, Cradle Mountain.
City Park, Launceston
Princes Park, Launceston.
Moss on waterfall in Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
Green as far as the eye can see, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
Close up of the impenitrable bush at Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
Getting even closer.