|Middle Tier Adamson's Falls|
Third time lucky. There was a glimmer of sunshine yesterday morning and I took off for Hastings without even stopping for breakfast. I didn’t tell a soul I was going either, just in case it was another fail. As I neared Hastings the only raincloud in the sky was over Adamson’s Peak, very close to where I was going, but I didn’t let it stop me. It still took me five and a half hours and I still got wet – it rained again just before I got to the falls, but I was not quitting this time. Alas, this means that the pictures are now a bit blurry and dull, but it is a magnificent fall.
|A glimpse of the Upper Tier|
The lower Tier - hear it roar
|Not many fungi about but this one is a lovely colour - probably a porpolomopsis lewellinaiae nearing the end of its days|
|Lichens are really coming into their own|