Cee’s Fun Foto and Which Way Photo Challenges

IMG_6710.JPG These are photos of the bush in Riverton, New Zealand. The green carpet covering spans across the distant hills. The pathways lead deep into the native forests. Tall trees tower above shrubs and younger trees. Beneath these grow ferns and mosses. Sunlight filters through the lush foliage, and birds and insects thrive. The bush is often dense and tangled, and you can easily get lost. For this reason, I only hike through trails with distinct pathways like the one in the photos. I don’t fancy being lost.

IMG_6710-0.JPGThese are my contribution for both the Which Way Photo Challenge 2014 #17 and The Fun Foto Challenge: The Color Green.

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2 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto and Which Way Photo Challenges

  1. Early settlers named their districts after the bush they cleared. These places still have much in common – small rural settlements usually close to bigger provincial towns, built to serve local farms.

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