Getting closer to Gunung Gede

It was not just the grand landscape that was fascinating at Gunung Gede, but where ever we stopped for a break there were plenty of interesting subjects to be photographed. I could easily spend weeks on this mountain just doing macro and intimate landscape photography. Here are a few little details that contributed to the overall beauty and made greater sense.

Acceptance

Lighting the understory layer

Life everywhere

Little jungle

Now I know why rainforests are considered  ‘Jewels of the Earth’

Thrive and survive at the canopy layer

Harmony

Gugung = “fire mountains” – I can still smell the sulphur fumes that filled my lungs for the 1st time.

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