Russell Falls, Tasmania 2008 An alternate view of Russell Falls from halfway up the walk to Horseshoe falls. All sorts of foilage was growing from strange angles along the many layers of the fall. Off to a different kind of shoot now! View On Black
Westmorland Falls, Tasmania
A lovely set of small falls at the end of an interesting short walk with a few creek crossings and log bridges. Difficult to photograph because the track ends at the base of the falls, I had my D80 set to 18 mm for this shot. A tripod would also be useful, I left mine at home so this shot is hand held, so not the sharpest I'm afraid. Lovely walk, highly recommended.
TRAVEL makes life magical on Instagram: “Beachgoers in Tasmania have been sharing incredible images of the bioluminescents at Preservation Bay on the state's north-west coast. The…”
Beachgoers in Tasmania have been sharing incredible images of the bioluminescents at Preservation Bay on the state's north-west coast. The bright blue glow is caused by billions of single-celled algae or plant plankton called Noctiluca scintillans and more commonly known as sea sparkle. #naturalwonder #bioluminescence #tansania #worldexplorer #digitalnomad #nomadsunite #seetheworld #traveladdicts #whatawonderfulworld #takemethere
Mawbanna, Tasmania Tigers, Dip Falls and The Big Tree
Having found out about Dip Falls from the tourist information in the shop at the foot of Stanley’s The Nut, I drove in search of a waterfall, not expecting anything good. Considering nobody e…