Monday, August 30, 2010

Before the effect one believes in different causes than one does after the effect.


Sub-alpine vegetation enjoying the snow #1. Mount Wellington, August 2010.

Even in the rugged climes of Mount Wellington, shrubbery and flowers abound!


Sub-alpine vegetation enjoying the snow #2. Mount Wellington, August 2010.



Sub-alpine vegetation enjoying the snow #3. Mount Wellington, August 2010.

6 comments:

me said...

Tassie's most accessible mountain, sealed all the way!

Doesn't give one a huge sense of achievement reaching the summit when it's such a relxed stroll to the top. Nothing a bit of creative photography can't fix.

Our mountains up here are just a tad too far for a short day trip and the roads a tad too unsealed for my tiny little car to handle.

Kris said...

What are yo talking about? We had to climb up the whole way! The Sherpas were bloody useless and all the llamas died.

me said...

You should have taken the chairlift.

Roddy said...

As long as you all made it home safely does it really matter?

Magpie said...

I love the second photo. The snow and the spikes...wonderful.
Sorry about the sherpas. :)

Kris said...

Me, I would if I could.

Roddy, yes!

Magpie, poor Serpas. It’s their children that I worry about. That fifty cents a day is important to them.