I never know much about flora and fauna.
In my retirement, I have taken a couple of talks in identifying local tree species but I am still a dummy on flora and fauna.
I am fascinated by some of the photos on flora and fauna taken by my wife in the Milford Track.
They are nothing like what I have seen elsewhere.
Here are some of them for sharing!
I think I need to research into these.
Hiking the Milford Track is surely a challenge, but those who have done it are rewarded with what they see.
I don’t actually know what the picture is showing and will ask my wife when she is back from the hike.
It seems to show water spilling over a ridge.
My question is why the water mass seems to discontinue after it spills over the ridge; creating this spectacular sight!
Never seen such a waterfall!
Picture sent to me by my wife travelling in the South Island, New Zealand.
I would hate to go anywhere near this waterfall as it looks so intimidating.
Understand that hiking the Milford Track at this time of the year is also quite laborious.
My folks said that they feel cold and have never thought they have to wade through so much water.
Definitely a challenge!