Plus one :) What better way to start a walk in the forest than by discovering an Enid Blyton inspired fairy door, above, at the bottom of a really tall eucalyptus tree, can't wait to read EB to my grandchildren. Lots of tiny wrens, really hard to snap. The John Forrest National Park on the edge of the Darling Ranges, the first National Park in WA, was dissected in the 1890's by the Eastern Railway until the line closed in 1966, the remaining section now known as the John Forrest Heritage trail. Still dry after a long hot summer, also looks like the park is recovering from fire, there was no water running down the Hovea Falls will have to return in spring to see that and the wildflowers..
When we arrived at the national park it was quiet, a few walkers like ourselves.. by the time we left a few hours later there were so many visitors enjoying the cool weather on WA Day after being cooped up for so long because of 'you know what'.. couldn't resist the next shots, three mums with strollers chatting together.. that made me smile :)
Below, Aimee once again taking up close macros.. we have such a different style, she with her macros and me with the bigger picture.. we are a good team :) Hope you enjoyed this walk through the National Park, sorry about the overload of pics :) Happy Thursday, take care and stay safe..