Here are some pictures from the last few days. We've done a little bit of driving and visited the Daintree Rainforest (one of the oldest rain forests in the world) and the Milla Milla Waterfalls at the Atherton Tablelands. I don't know the name of this little spider crawling along a handrail but what a … Continue reading A snake, a forest and a waterfall.
Here are some pictures of our latest camping trip in Far North Queensland. I also did a live broadcast on Periscope which you can replay here. For some reasons did the audio stop after the first few seconds but the scenery is really nice and I was able to film a little Rock Wallaby with … Continue reading Camping Trip and a Joey
"All you really need to do is accept this moment fully. You are then at ease in the here and now and at ease with yourself." - © Earthling Gunnar
Today I hiked up the Pyramid again. This is a repost from last year. 🙂 One of the first hikes I have done in Far North Queensland is Walsh's Pyramid in Gordonvale, a small sugar-growing town on the southern side of Cairns in Queensland, Australia. The Pyramid is one of the most distinctive landmarks and … Continue reading Hiking Walsh’s Pyramid in Far North Queensland
Early morning walk at a lake yesterday. Warm but raining. For just a moment the sun shines though the clouds. This is the picture of this moment. Today is my favorite day and so was yesterday, the day before and tomorrow will be. Make everyday your favorite day.
"The atoms that make up your body were once forged inside stars, and the causes of even the smallest event are virtually infinite and connected with the whole in incomprehensible ways."
With 1,545 metres above sea level is Cradle Mountain the fifth-highest mountain in Tasmania and one of the principal tourist sites in the state. Whenever you come to Tasmania don't forget to climb Cradle Mountain. Even when you might see a lot of tourists walking around the lake will most of them don't climb the … Continue reading Cradle Mountain – Tasmania VI