fantastic ...your photois very beautiful.I like it.Greetings Jim :)
Yes, Tassie is rather a special place and this picture is indeed mystical and awesome. Especially with the music that I listened to at the time; a piece where the timpani drums played a dominant, almost foreboding, but harmonious part with beautiful soft symphonics in the background. Sounds that causes you to stand back in Holy fear as they come rolling back at you like an echo from the dark mountain top, partly covered in clouds. I'm glad you like it. Yes, I think they are pencil pines, probably trees of Righteousness as they have stood the test of time.
Greetings from Taroona, Jim.
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Ik heb alles geprobeert om in mijn profile toestemming te geven, maar dat werkt helaas ook niet.
Bedankt Wiily. Maar dat spiegelbeeld is niet mijn werk, dat was van de artist/beeldhouwer, maar waarom heb ik nog niet ontdekt. Eveneens vraag ik mij af waarom dat zo maar ergens in het bos ligt, wel vrij dichtbij een pad dat veel wordt gebruikt door touristen, maar toch niet zichtbaar van dat pad. Cheers, Jaap
What a beautiful idyllic scene and probably equally idyllic now in the middle of winter. Wishing you a happy 2014.
Greetings from Hobart, Tasmania.
Ah, a magic scene that you see very rarely. Well caught and portrayed David. I passed by this city only some months ago too. A special YSL awarded. Congratulations.
Best wishes from the UK, Herb
ps, thanks for your visit to my gallery in December.
Thank you so much for that info Jim....I'll have to look that up next time we're over that way. Never get back to Tassie enough.....I grew up in Taroona but I've lived in Melbourne way too long!
Just had a quick peek at your gallery.....looks beautiful. I'll have to return for a proper browsing when I have more time. :)
Cheers for the New Year, Pam.
Hi ANDY;thanks forL+F and your kind and complete comment :you know every plant !; later ,when you 've more time , friendly from MARIE-FRANCE