As promised here is the second instalment about my trip into the high country at the beginning of May.
This image is taken at the Cannibal Hut end of the track, and as far as I know, this tarn doesn't have a name but before going off to walk this four or five day tramp, most people have their photos taken by it!
As you can see the weather still hadn't settled very much with drizzle coming and going. We spent a wee while in this area and then headed to the Boyle end of the track.
Seeing as the weather was starting to deteriorate again we didn't spend that much time in this area and soon headed back to Hanmer Springs for another coffee and to relax with the heat pump on and a wine.
Though you might enjoy seeing some other images from the Rainbow Road area, that hadn't been finished when I last blogged...
This crackly old image was taken at the end of the Rainbow Road - well actually the road goes on further but you need a key for the gate a little further on from here and we didn't have it!
both these roads require four wheel drive vehicles as the terrain is tough and many campervans, cars etc have come to grief in these areas. They are only open in the summertime due to lambing and stock and winter road conditions (heavy snow and ice).
Next time...Steam Punk Festival photographs!