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Falls Creek Hike, Alpine NP, Victoria, Australia

December 2000


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Wild brumbies graze near Mt Cope.

Leafy Daisy (Brachyscome rigidula).

A meandering creek provides a picturesque lunch stop.

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Coral Heath (Epacris gunni).

The billy boils for a warming cuppa after arriving at Wallace Hut for the night. 

A heavy fog rolls in through the limbs of overhanging Snow Gums (Eucalyptus pauciflora).

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The fire provides a focus as Wallace Hut is blanketed by evening fog.

First light at Wallace Hut breaks shines through the fog.

Dew covered spider web.

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Dew drops sparkle on Snow Gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora) foliage.

The Bogong Daisy-bush (Olearia frostii) in morning light.

Dew sparkles on a freshly weaved web.

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Bogong Daisy-bush (Olearia frostii) against a backdrop of fog-covered Snow Gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora).

Early morning fog rolls back into the valleys...

....to reveal another beautiful alpine morning!

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We weren't the only ones enjoying the morning sun!  A large (1.5m) red-bellied black snake warms up for the day.

Mountain Caladenia orchid (Caladenia lyallii).

Snow Dasies (Brachyscome nivalis).


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