The Overland Diaries pt.XV – back on the merry-go-round

There’s nothing that quite says ‘welcome home’ like a Tasmanian winter thrashing in it’s final death throes as if determined to beat spring away through shear force of will…

It’s a nice way to come back.

A lonely Cradle Plateau

Paddy’s Nut obscured by snow showers

Dusting

Spray at Ferguson Falls

Cradle Mountain behind the dolerite boulders of Barn Bluff

Lichen

Dead gum and Pelion West

Blooming Narrow-leaf Wattle

Moss in the Mersey Forest

Pelion Gap

Pathway

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