…and I’ll write about them soon, I promise.
Late season is fungi season on the Overland Track, and it’s fair to say it’s one of my favourite times to be up in the mountains.
If you look carefully you’ll find fungi in the park at pretty much any time of the year, as long as there is moisture, shade and some old organic material, but it’s late summer and early autumn, in the deep, cool rainforests of the Upper Mersey and Upper Forth valleys where they really put on a show.
All shot with the surprisingly versitile Ricoh GR. I have no idea what any of them are called (except the first; a Strawberry Bracket) so if there’s any mushroom experts out there let me know in the comments!
Not much to say… My first proper Sydney walk and the Harbour in fine form on a lazy winter afternoon.
Last year 128,000 people turned up to the 10 days of MONA’s inaugural DARK MOFO winter festival.
Think on that for a moment.
128,000 people | Tasmania | Winter…
It’s awesome in all the ways that summer festivals are predictable and it’s on as we speak, so grab your beanie and Grandma’s old jumper and get down to Hobart Town.
Playing after dark down by Sydney Harbour.
All with the GR.