While non-stop updates are telling about the present conditions of Australia , which gives us goose bumps and an emotional set-back . Meanwhile there are people who are full of positive energy and shows the evidences of hope that Australian forests will recover soon by the beauty the nature.
Two photographers in South Whales captured some of the incredible pictures that are full of new hopes and positive vibes.
Voorwinde and fellow photographer Murray Lowe managed to capture some stunning shots of flora sprouting from burnt-out tree trunks.
The 46-year-old explained that her own home on the Central Coast had come within just 5km of being ravaged by the wildfires.
she says: “It’s almost like a shell. That to me is a powerful image because that conveys nature’s resilience. In any catastrophe we build resilience. It was a message of hope.”
“We spent hours on this photographing and exploring. We have been overwhelmed because not far from where we live have been all the fires.
“We haven’t been directly impacted by them, but we’ve been dealing with the smoke for the last three months”
“That kind of catastrophic circumstances – because we’ve had it within a 5km radius from our homes – it’s certainly been around and very close to us and our community.
“It’s close to work, in the city. It’s everywhere. It’s consumed in our reading and consciences.”
“Christmas this year has been quite dull because it’s hard to celebrate when so many lives have been lost.”
“I felt compelled to go out and just feel first hand and have a look at what the impacts are.”
“It was a very short drive from the back end of where we live. We went out and had a look.”
“All we wanted to do was convey hope in the face of months and months of tragedy and heartache and sadness.
“Nature is sending us a message that there is hope after such a devastating event.”
The photographer Murray , posted the pictures to his FBpage and got over 26,000 likes and 40,000 shares.
People are so happy to see the hopeful pictures. While some are just viewing it as a photo-shopped ones. The point is that many areas started burning in the month of September last year so probably they started recovering.
We wish a speedy recovery of the devastated areas of Jungle which is a home for several innocent creatures.