Saturday, February 11, 2017

Moss-Covered Larva Fields and Waterfalls

After the 2 days of winds and rain, yesterday was sunny and calm for the journey from Vik to Hali. Our first stop was the moss-covered larval fields. This is a very delicate habitat - the moss takes 200 years to grow and can be destroyed by a careless foot in an instant. We were there as the sun came up giving wonderful light. I snapped a few waterfalls from the car and we stopped at one beautiful one (still to find the name). It had a spectacular rainbow through the spray. The first shots of larval fields and moss are  panoramas; the rest single shots.


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