Imbil Forest Trails: Caseys Gully Road, Imbil

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Another foggy morning, and I am drawn into the Araucaria forest. Everywhere, green dissolves into the fog. It's autumn in an evergreen world, but the cassia splashes the green canvas with its gold, and the red road vanishes to a point beyond the rise.

A track deviates into a clearfelled area where the fog is thicker, and where young eucalypts have been planted by the foresters, and encompassed by the tall walls of hoop pine.

This is my heritage, and I love it.

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Comments (6)

bdeh on April 17, 2013

I understand why you love this area Ian, it looks very beautiful. LIKE! Greetings Berend

Martin Krepelin on April 24, 2013



Ian Stehbens on April 26, 2013

It is a beautiful area, Berend, and we have a wonderful legacy of good forest management that has been committed to regeneration of native forests (in this case mostly hoop pine) and to sustainable harvesting, matching rate of harvesting with forest productivity.

warm regards,


Ian Stehbens on April 26, 2013

Greetings Martin, and thanks.


Ahmet Bekir on May 6, 2013

F 1 + L 4, just like a wallpaper

Ian Stehbens on August 10, 2013

Dear Ahmet,

This is my home now, a beautiful rural area among the forests and farms. I am so pleased you like it... all I hope for now is that one day there is an opportunity for you to travel to this corner of the world.

Sincere thanks,


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