an autumn visit

Early season snow is too much to pass up some times. These are some images from a trip in early May 2009. Every time I climb up the north face of the mountain I marvel at the old snow gum forests that survived the fires of 2007.

I love the broad feeling you get up on the mountain, surrounded by the deepness of the Howqua and other rivers and distant high points of ragged hills and mountains.

snow gum elder

snow gum elder

fire survivor

fire survivor

nearing the summit

nearing the summit

snow gums, north side

snow gums, north side

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Mt Buller from the summit

Mt Buller from the summit

Mt Buller

Mt Buller

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Rocky Ridge & Warrambat

Rocky Ridge & Warrambat

Mt Eadley Stoney and the Cross Cut Saw & feathertop right out the back ...

Mt Eadley Stoney and the Cross Cut Saw & feathertop right out the back ...

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