Larapuna - Eddystone Point, Tasmania, Australia. "Larapuna"is the Aboriginal name for the area that is more commonly known as Eddystone Point, in Tasmania's Mount William National Park. It is the northern-most point of the Bay of Fires conservation area. In response to many ships being wrecked off the north-east coast, the Eddystone Point Lighthouse was erected in 1889 using granite quarried from the shores below.
Aire's Jewell - The Aire River winds it's way through the Great Otway National Park, eventually spilling into the sea along Victoria's Great Ocean Road. In the upper reaches, the crystal clear water bubbles and tumbles over moss covered rocks, flowing through lush fern lined gullies typical of the Otway rainforest. But without doubt, the crown jewell of the Aire is Hopetoun Falls, the most classically beautiful waterfall in all the Otways.
As the days end draws near, the full moon begins it's night's journey. The river reflects the skies beautiful pink and purple hues.
As we journey through life, all too often we allow the influence of others to guide our path. Whether it be from parents, teachers, a spouse, or society as a whole, we feel the daily pressures to conform, act responsibly, pursue respectable careers and to avoid risk. We feel we have to impress them; gain their respect. But who’s life are we living? Don’t let others walk your road. After all, in life, you only get one shot. So listen to your heart. Follow your dreams.
This right here has to be one of the greatest scenes with ever had the pleasure of capturing. Just wow! Well played mother nature… You never cease to amaze us! Named after it’s resemblance to a gold mining cradle, Cradle Mountain rises 1,545 meters above see level. The mountain is located within Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. At it’s foot lies the stunning glacially formed Dove Lake.
United We Stand - Gibson Steps, Victoria, Australia. These two limestone stacks stand united, like warriors, ready to face the days challenges. They are symbols of absolute strength, forever going to battle against the wild seas and winds of the Southern Ocean. All has crumbled around them, but they fight on, withstanding all that mother nature can throw at them, every day, for thousands of years. Please "Pin" "Share" "Like" "Comment" All welcome!
Tarkine - The Tarkine is a 447,000 hectare wilderness area in Tasmania's north west. The name "Tarkine" is derived from the Aboriginal "Tarkineer" tribe who once inhabited the area. It has a high concentration of Aboriginal sites and has been described as "one of the world's great archaeological regions" by the Australian Heritage Council. The rugged Tarkine coast has the longest uninterrupted expanse of ocean and cleanest air on earth.