pen and ink drawing

Okay, so on our “free travel” time, Meagan and I went back to Binna Burra, in Lamington National Park. This is where part of the Gondwalla Australian Rainforest is. I sketched while there and wrote a journal entry. Well, I’ll let you read it.
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email me with questions if you can’t read my writing.

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This is the lookout area just behind the lodge dining hall. Usually a great view, today just fog and rain (lots of it.)

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They have the coolest plants (epiphytes) that attach themselves on the sides of trees and grow without touching the ground, and they are non-parasitic. This particular species of epiphyte is called a staghorn epiphyte.
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