Myrtle Gully Falls is very close to Hobart and a great place to get some experience photographing waterfalls. It is found on the Myrtle Gully track which begins at the end of Old Farm Road, which is conveniently located right at the rear of the Cascade Brewery, so you can reward yourself with a cold drink after a session on the mountain
The walk in from the car park is only 10 minutes or so, and is mostly uphill walking, but on a fairly gentle gradient… Read more →
The now rather ironically named Secret Falls has become something of a social media sensation. It is a beautiful little cascade, only 2 or 3 metres high, but its location a short distance from Hobart in the foothills of Mt Wellington has made it a bit of a must see destination for photographers… Read more →
The snow in Hobart has been a major talking point this week, and with many of the roads closed I took a quick drive to Lindisfarne this morning to shoot a snow capped Mt Wellington at sunrise. The Tasman Bridge of course was looking splendid all lit up pre-dawn until the beautiful pink dawn took over… Read more →
Here are some shots from Mt Wellington as the mist rolled in over Hobart one evening. I really like the contrast of nature in the foreground (ie the boulders and the silhouette of the trees) and the bright lights of Hobart spread out far below… Read more →
The Hobart and Surrounds photography workshop is a half day workshop which covers two of the most visually rewarding aspects of landscape photography. We start the afternoon exploring a couple of waterfalls in the foothills of Mt Wellington only a short drive from central Hobart… Read more →
Sunrise Mt Wellington – a series of shots taken last week during the Dark Mofo lightshow which has been all the rage the past couple of weeks in Hobart.
It took me a while to stumble across the dolerite boulders on Mt Wellington to get into position but when I did, the sunrise was just starting to appear… Read more →
Here are some shots of a rather special Mt Wellington sunrise this morning.
Most of Hobart was covered with mist and the dawn colour just lingered and lingered meaning I was able to shoot a few, recompose, and shoot some more!… Read more →
While there are many well known Mt Wellington hikes on the Hobart side of the mountain, the Devils Throne via Thark Ridge is less well known and the trail less maintained. The trail to Thark Ridge has been refreshed and now leaves from the huge car park on the road to the Pinnacle, just past the Big Bend and Fire Trail road… Read more →
Tasmanian photography is characterised by remote mountain top views and wilderness forests, but Mt Wellington offers so much for photographers slightly limited by travel or time requirements. Mt Wellington is the spectacular backdrop to Hobart, visible from whichever direction you approach the state capital… Read more →
Mt Wellington is the 1270 metre high peak that overlooks Hobart. It is unmissable as you drive into Hobart from any direction – just look out for the giant TV tower on the top!
Situated to Hobart’s west, Mt Wellington is a great subject for sunsets as the dark silhouette of the mountain is framed by a fiery sky… Read more →