Dark Paths and Silver Light Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Matthew Larsen

Townsville's Ross River is a focal point for many recreational activities. Here is a glimpse of the early morning silence and peace one finds along this beautiful stretch of water. On a journey along the paths beside the river, one can greet the silver light of the morning, and feel the warmth as it chases away the shadows.

Bridge to the light
Bridge to the light
Dark paths and Silver Light
Dark paths and Silver Light
Forest path
Forest path
Bank
Bank
Window
Window
Curves
Curves
Swing
Swing
Bridge
Bridge
Survivor
Survivor
Lagoon
Lagoon
Aliens
Aliens
Lean
Lean


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Caption List:

Photo 1. Bridge to the light. Dawn greets the silent paths around the Ross river, bringing a new day to our attention

Photo 2. Dark paths and Silver Light. A path can be a means to an end, or a journey in itself. Sometimes the darkness lifts, sometimes it remains, leaving us to travel in its gloom.

Photo 3. Forest path. Beside Townsville's Ross River, the Palmetum offers seclusion, silence and the magic of lush vegetation.

Photo 4. Bank. Townsville's Ross River is lined by many interesting trees. A fascinating array of roots give trees their foundations, and also keep the bank intact

Photo 5. Window. Townsville's Ross River is lined by many interesting trees. Some stand in quite repose, framing our view of the world

Photo 6. Curves. Townsville's Ross River is lined by many interesting trees. This one shows off its graceful curves. A rope swing stands silent, waiting for some energetic swimmer to join it for some fun

Photo 7. Swing. A glimpse of the early morning silence and peace one finds along this beautiful stretch of water. The rope swing almost pleads for attention.

Photo 8. Bridge. Townsville's Ross River has many paths for walking, running, or just enjoying the peace

Photo 9. Survivor. Survivor of many cyclones, this large tree is missing a few branches here & there, but still stands tall, greeting every dawn

Photo 10. Lagoon. Stillness of the morning is reflected in the quite lagoon waters next to Townsville's Ross River

Photo 11. Aliens. Townsville's Ross River is lined by many interesting trees and plants. Some look a little strange through the early morning mist.

Photo 12. Lean. Townsville's Ross River is lined by many interesting trees. Leaning forward to greet the sun, as they have done for many a year.