Mt Bushwalker sits within the Morton National Park above the Little Forest Plateau, with views south to the Castle and Shrouded Gods along the Clyde River Valley, and north to Sassafras. It is a vast wilderness close to the coast with some of the best hiking and views in Australia, but still a well kept secret.
The bush often can seem to have muted colours, but what often meets the eye of the bushwalker in spring is an unthinkable range of green tones blending together, yellow and pink flowers, and russet toned shrubs matching the sandstone.
Taken with Olympus-35SP on Fuji Velvia 50, but shot at 64ASA, then cross processed to C41 in Tetanal 2 Bath Kit. I love the way that sometimes slow speed cross processed film can have an incredibly natural look that accentuates the actual colours in the landscape.