Mosman Gorge – Wordless Wednesday

Mosman Gorge – Wordless Wednesday

I know the idea of Wordless Wednesday is that I don’t talk… but anyone who  knows me will know, that this is next to impossible.

Wordless Wednesday is the perfect forum for me to showcase beautiful images from my travels prior to Gourmet Getaways.

Here is a pictorial review of:

Mosman Gorge Qld

Ulysses Butterfly on a rock

Hello Ulysses Butterfly!

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Along the Walking track to the Gorge

Mr GG and a much younger Little Locky waiting on a bridge for me to catch up.

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Slow shutter speed, moving water & a bridge at Mosman Gorge

The water was icy, just perfect for the hot, humid weather of far North Queensland!

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Gorgeous mossy boulders and milky water!

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Slow shutter speed, feet walking across the rocks

Can you see Ty’s feet as he crosses the creek in front of my camera.  I am using a slow shutter speed and a neutral density lens to cut out the light of the day.

Mosman Gorge rainforest image

Ty walking on over a bridges at Mosman Gorge slow shutter speed

Here Ty makes a cameo appearance as a ghost on the bridge for me 🙂

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Slow Shutter speed, milky running water.

Swimming at Mosman Gorge

Lachlan Swimming in Mosman Gorge

At the end of the walk it is time to swim…

Thanks you to Trish for hosting the weekly Wordless Wednesday linky, please pop over to see some other great contributor photos from all over Australia.

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  1. You take beautiful pictures… the butterfly and the beach sandal color REALLY matches like 100% lol. How rare! your son is cute and looks so happy! Thanks for sharing the photos. 🙂

  2. Wow, absolutely beautiful! Your photos are amazing!!

  3. Gorgeous pictures! The clarity is so perfect and I love the colors 🙂

  4. They’re beautiful photos. The boys and I visited Mosman Gorge last year and it was just beautiful. Everything I had imagined. Glad you had a fab time.

  5. Ahh, the advantages of living in Aussie land. The cerulean blue on the wings of the butterflies are exquisite. And the moss on the stone evokes memories of vacations in Japan. Hope you plan on submitting your photos to a travel magazine =)

    • Lol! No travel magazines 🙂 But I am so happy you like my images, it is such a beautiful part of the world 🙂

  6. Such a talented photographer, LOVE the mossy rocks. And ghost shot!

  7. Oh I love, love, love the slow shutter speed. Quick grab the tripod and find a stream!! Can you tell me how slow is slow??

    And are the smaller pix at the bottom in a special format or plug-in thinggy??

  8. Such gorgeous photos…love the butterflies and your little boy in the stream.

  9. what beautiful pictures!!!!!

  10. Gorgeous photos Julie!! No need for words at all but of course as someone that also likes to talk I can understand you wanted to add something! 😀

  11. Oh, so beautiful. This captures so much of what I love about Queensland. AND, we may be going through Mosman Gorge later this year so this is a nicer taster!

  12. Your photos…. STUNNING beyond words. Really making me want to get out of the city and experience nature, it’s been a while to be honest! Might try and do that this long weekend… Happy Easter J! =D

  13. Amazing photos of stunning natural surroundings.

  14. Julie your photos are just beautiful! I can’t believe the color of the butterfly and how it matches your sandals. Thanks for sharing your photos and travels.

  15. beautiful pic of lachlan!

  16. how gorgeous is your family! Love the ghosty effect with the low shutter speed.

    I feel like I need another holiday now… 🙂 x

  17. Gorgeous photos. I love the photo of your little one so sweet and the water is so still. Wordless Wednesdays are inspirational.

  18. These pictures are gorgeous! You really captured the beauty of nature. And your family is just as beautiful!

  19. What divine images… you’ve captured the beauty of Mossman Gorge perfectly! Taking me back and making me want to go again. 🙂

  20. What gorgeous images. I love them! I was at Mossman Gorge in December and it was so beautiful. I wish I could have spent longer there. Such a special part of the world xx

  21. Wow – such lovely photos – and a nice relief for my eyes that are tired of looking at drab brown. Can’t wait for spring to get here in the eastern US!

  22. Your photos are brilliant my friend 😀


  23. Mosman Gorge is amazing and you’ve captured the beauty of it perfectly with those photos. I went last year and can’t wait to go again!

  24. Every picture here is beautiful, and I love that you get to swim at the end of the walk.

  25. It is really lovely there. I had fish nibble my feet!

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