TASMANIA

 

Tasmania became isolated from the main landmass of Australia about 12,000 years ago as the last Great glaciation eased. It remains unique in it’s landscape and animals. I have the good fortune to take a photographic workshop in 2007 and then spend another week traveling and photographing.

Leaning tree at wombat pool in Cradle Mountain national Park, Tasmania.

Leaning tree at wombat pool in Cradle Mountain national Park, Tasmania.

                                   WOMBAT POOL, CRADLE MOUNTAIN

The lake at cradle Mountain national Park, Tasmania.

The lake at cradle Mountain national Park, Tasmania

                                                         CRADLE MOUNTAIN

Mossy trees in  cradle Mountain national Park, Tasmania.

Mossy trees in cradle Mountain national Park, Tasmania.

                                         MOSSY TREES, CRADLE MOUNTAIN

FREYSENET SUNRISE, TASMANIA

                                                       FREYSENAT SUNRISE

Breaking surf at friendly Beach, Tasmania.

Breaking surf at friendly Beach, Tasmania.

 

                                                 FRIENDLY BEACH SURF

Surf at friendly Beach, Tasmania

Surf at friendly Beach, Tasmania

                                              FRIENDLY BEACH BREAKER

MOUNT WELLINGTON, TASMANIA

                                                     MOUNT WELLINGTON

SLEEPY BAY ROCKS, TASMANIA

 

                                                          SLEEPY BAY ROCKS

SLEEPY BAY, TASMANIA

 

                                                     SLEEPY BAY SURF

Trees at the penal colony at Port Arthur, Tasmania.

Trees at the penal colony at Port Arthur, Tasmania.

                                                    PORT ARTHUR PENAL COLONY

 

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