FOBIF Exhibition – Trees in the Mount Alexander region

The Mount Alexander region is renowned for the diversity and beauty of its treed landscapes. To acknowledge and celebrate this, Friends of the Box-Ironbark Forests are holding an exhibition in March 2016 at Togs in Castlemaine. Local (and visiting) photographers are encouraged to submit works for inclusion in the exhibition – all the details can be found here. The scope is broad – it may include images of indigenous trees, landscapes with trees as well as photos where flora and fauna associated with trees are the main feature. As with all exhibitions organised by FOBIF it promises to showcase a wide range of high quality work.


Yellow Gum with Brown Falcon at Plaistow, Joyce’s Creek, 4th January 2016.


Yellow Box at the Newstead Racecourse Reserve.


Grey Box at Muckleford Gorge.


River Red-gum at Newstead Racecourse Reserve.


River Red-gums along the Loddon River at Newstead.

2 responses to “FOBIF Exhibition – Trees in the Mount Alexander region

  1. Thank you for sharing this. I’m looking forward to see the selected photos’ flickr album!

  2. I think that I shall never see a billboard as lovely as a tree. 🙂

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