The following day, the weather was not fine, but the rain just added to the drama of the scenery.
We still went for a slightly wet wander close to Pumphouse Point, and we found a lot to see. Tasmanian flora and fauna is so very distinct from those of the mainland. It’s one of the main reasons for visiting this area.
Today, we’ll concentrate on the flora. Despite the weather, it was early summer, so there was plenty of wildflowers in bloom.
Much of the flowers were small and wispy. I suppose they can’t get very big in so cool a climate.
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I blew up the flora to take a closer look. I found your comment that they are distinct interesting. I wasn’t well versed in native flowers the one time I visited Tassie to have noticed this,