We have had some perfect winter days this year. Clear, blue skies; crisp, clean air; nothing but the slightest whiff of a breeze. One such Sunday, we put Cooper’s top down and took her for a spin along our favourite coast road.
Preservation Bay looked particularly stunning.
We joined the highway at Ulverstone and continued east. There is a park, just before the first exit at Devonport, that we have been meaning to investigate for years. The trees are beautiful any time of year but especially when showing their autumn colours.
This was the day for a closer look.
Fallen leaves, still damp from the morning dew, confirmed nature’s artistic talent.
Straggly Eucalypts portrayed an elegant appeal in the morning sunlight,
some fascinating fungi camouflaged in the shadows.
Our day out didn’t end there, but that’s another story.