Disas at Pig’s Snout

roncorylus

A short walk up to the beautiful waterfalls at Pig’s Snout this afternoon was well rewarded. We saw around fifty Disa uniflora flowers spread up the cliff face.  Water cascaded gently around them and there were ferns and moss providing a lovely backdrop to the spectacular red flowers!  It was just a pity that they were all so very far away, but the spectacle was, nevertheless, fantastic and spending time there in the cool shade on a very hot afternoon was wonderful.  The forest was in good shape with many large yellowwood trees, whose roots sought anchorage and sustenance among the boulders that litter the valley floor.

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