I bet your curtains don’t look like this

curtain fig tree yungaburra atherton tablelands
The Curtain Fig Tree, just outside Yungaburra on the Atherton Tablelands

Still here on the Atherton Tablelands, which doesn’t get anywhere near as much publicity as its coastal competitors but has a wealth of beautiful places to explore.

One of those is the Curtain Fig Tree, just outside the small town of Yungaburra. Formed when a Strangler Fig took over a giant fallen tree, thick tendrils fall to the ground in a curtain-like structure. Hence the name.

Another reality of life as a travel photographer on a tight schedule is that you often find yourself all alone when a model would come in handy. Enter the tripod and self-timer!

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