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365 Project | June 2018

Myrtle leaves encrusted in ice, frozen mountains, strange clay characters found in the wild wood, nature recovering, Deloraine WinterFire and more in the June edition of 365 Project by Jade Hallam, Tasmanian nature and documentary photographer.

 
Nothofagus Cunninghamii or Myrtle Beech has been growing here for more than 300 million years, since the time of Gondwana.
91/365 | Midday frost on Projection Bluff

91/365 | Midday frost on Projection Bluff

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89/365 | Wild things found in the Wild Wood

89/365 | Wild things found in the Wild Wood

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82/365 | Snowy mountain on a snowy mountain

82/365 | Snowy mountain on a snowy mountain

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79/365 | Nature recovers

79/365 | Nature recovers

78/365 | Warming ourselves at the 2018 Deloraine WinterFire

78/365 | Warming ourselves at the 2018 Deloraine WinterFire

77/365 | Meander Falls and ancient pencil pines

77/365 | Meander Falls and ancient pencil pines

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74/365 | Pine Lake in the mist

74/365 | Pine Lake in the mist

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71/365 | Morning colour

71/365 | Morning colour

70/365 | Looking back from Mother Cummings Peak

70/365 | Looking back from Mother Cummings Peak

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Mountains of the Spirits

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62/365 | The pure waters of Dale Brook

62/365 | The pure waters of Dale Brook