These three charmers are taking a break from their morning activities in the eastern rainforest area of Australia.
Eastern Yellow Robin
Boulders of many sizes have tumbled down over time into this river gorge in eastern Australia. Carving its way from the mountaintops to the lowland rainforest, the river slows and widens in places into mossy pools among the ferns.
Light and water find their path through the rock and descend together behind a natural bridge in eastern Australia.
Delicate but persistent, the tumbling streams wind their way down to the forest floor.
This trio of rock formations in the Blue Mountains of Australia is the subject of local lore and aboriginal legend, which are not always in agreement. I look at the way they stand together in front of their misty blue backdrop as something of lasting beauty and significance.
I meant to visit the lighthouse and go inside. But I never moved from this place along the way, an alternate view of the lighthouse and coastline. I took in the panorama until time to race to the ferry for the last ride of the day back to mainland Tasmania.
Just a few drops of rain fell while I was setting up and shooting this long exposure at Cape Tourville in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania. I watched from the boardwalk on the edge of the cape as clouds floated by.