In Tapin Tops National Park, near Wingham NSW, you are rewarded for a shady one kilometre walk — and several rock-hopping crossings on Little Run Creek — by Potoroo Falls.
The Falls are narrow and stepped, and the pool at their base is deep and wide — and extremely cold! Or it was at Christmas.
But it is edged on the lower side with amber pebbly ‘beaches’, where gold dust looks possible and the water is warmer.
Little Run Creek is a delight to walk beside, with multi-coloured leaves trapped in tea-coloured eddies between mini-cascades.
Creeksides are dominated by green life, with roots and trunks and fallen logs covered in moss and lichen. This tree had what seemed to be a rock growing up with it.
This one was spectacularly clad — until it was pointed out that some self-promoting vandal had carved letters in that green raiment. Sometimes I despair of people…
This one looked like it might take revenge for such an act, should it awaken…
And while green ruled, I was surprised at so few fungi jewels…
…until this one tiny patch in the darker shade!
2 thoughts on “Green magic”
Thanks Helen; same to you!
Looks so cool and welcoming with a heatwave around the corner. Happy photography in the New Year Sharyn.
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