Autumn = fungi, and Tasmania’s Tarkine is one great place to find it! Recently I have been to Corinna, and also visited Philosophers Falls a couple of times, and it is pretty much peak season for mushrooms! Here are a few of my recent images, including some attempt at ID from my fungi flip and Field Guide… Read more →
The Donaldson River is a tributary of the Pieman River in Tasmania’s Tarkine and in fact a significant river in its own right. It snakes its way across the buttongrass plains and rainforests of the Tarkine Hinterland before joining the Pieman near Corinna… Read more →
Michael Snedic and I are very excited to launch our brand new 5 day Tarkine photography tour. The workshop is running from May 2-6 2015 and all the details on this workshop are available here.
May is a wonderful time to explore the ancient Gondwanic rainforests of Tasmania… Read more →
The Western Explorer in Tasmania’s Tarkine links the remote towns of Corinna in the south and Arthur River in the north. The road is in good condition, although unsealed and very remote so great care should be taken when visiting. The road takes you through some wonderful vistas of the Tarkine – including mountain ranges, rainforest clad rivers and vast buttongrass plains… Read more →
Of the many reasons to visit and photograph the Tarkine fungi is one of the more compelling and interesting at this time of year. The rainforest in autumn is damp and cool and a myriad of colourful forms appear on the soaking wet logs, mossy tree trunks and sponge-like forest floor… Read more →
There is no doubt that Tasmania’s Tarkine region is one of, if not the best, places to photograph in Tasmania. It is a unique wilderness of rugged coastlines; deep, dark rainforest and beautiful mountain vistas. The small town of Corinna on the banks of the Pieman River is a perfect base for exploring the Tarkine, and you can either splash out on some very nice cabins or camp under the canopy beside the mighty Pieman… Read more →