South-West National Park, Tasmania. Taken deep in the remote, snake infested wilderness of South West Tasmania. We spent 4 days camped on this alpine plateau photographing this unique and fragile environment. Also this is my first posted image from my new Sony A7R and 16-35 f/4 combo, and I have to say I'm very impressed with the quality, sharpness and dynamic range this little thing puts out!
Boat trip today on Bruny Island south of Hobart. Probably the best $100 per head I have spent. Sea Caves and kelp forests. Spectacular coastal cliffs and sea stacks. Guide actually judges the swell and takes us through the gap a few times. Australian Fur Seals. Amazing how close we can get to these animals. The guide told us that most of the cruise is in the Tasman Sea and when we head across to the seal colony on the outer rocks/islands that it becomes the Southern ocean. The difference in…
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About an hour’s drive from the Coastal town of Bridport, lays an incredibly colourful lake, adequately named the "Little Blue Lake". Located near the township of Gladstone and Derby, the unusually turquoise water, is believed to be caused by the high mineral count seeping from the sediment around the lake. #discovertasmania #mining #tasmania Image Credit: Thomas Gray
Rocks & Cascades, Bay of Fires, Tasmania
Water from a large wave cascades over orange lichen covered rocks into turquoise water at The Gardens in Tasmania's Bay of Fires Please take a look at my Brisbane Photoblog: photobrisbane.blogspot.com.au
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