Horseshoe Falls (again)
Horseshoe Falls, Mount Field National Park , Tasmania An old unprocessed shot from Horseshoe falls during our wanderings in Tassie last year. Really difficult day to shoot waterfalls with nothing but bright sun and the occasional small cloud drifting by - sooo, as I keep saying, this place will need a revisit! Taken with polariser and 2 stop circular ND. Edited in CS4 : - Shadow highlight layer to bring out the foreground and reduce the waterfall glare, Gaussian blur layer to reduce water…
Similar position from where I took the other HDR shot in my photostream, just that this one did not have the brightness/orange of the sky as the other shot. Nonetheless, the reflection on the water and cloud formation makes for one nice shot. 3 exposures, merged using Photomatix & post processed with Lightroom. @ Constitution Docks, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
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Port Arthur Historic Site Port Arthur is a small town located on the Tasman peninsula steeped in history. Historically as a former convict settlement and more recently as the scene of a devastating massacre. It provides a unique insight into colonial history in Australia and is, in my opinion, an unmissable stop when visiting Tasmania. It was the destination for the hardest of convicted British criminals, sent here by boat from 1833, until 1853. We heard tales of punishing labour, […]
Port Arthur, Tasmania I stood in this amazing ruin today. Also went to the Island of the dead. The wind howled and then1000 or more souls buried there seemed present.