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Marions Lookout Hike

The Marions Lookout hike at Cradle Mountain is great for those who want to push themselves just that little bit more than the reasonably flat and family friendly Dove Lake circuit hike. Pack some lunch and allow yourself at least half a day – longer if the weather is good and you want to extend...Read More

Moonrise Cradle Mountain

Moonrise at Cradle Mountain over the peaceful buttongrass moors. January 2019 brought with it a “supermoon” – a full moon which is apparently a little larger than usual. I don’t think its really that noticeable really, but it gets a few headlines 🙂 I was up at Cradle Mountain over those dates and captured an...Read More

Dusk at the Cradle Mountain Boatshed

A major highlight of my Cradle Mountain photography workshops is sunrise and sunset down at Dove Lake. On my last trip back in June, the mountain had a nice layer of snow, and dusk at the boat shed brought some very subtle and muted colours. These shots were taken with my 10 stop ND filter...Read More

Fungi along the Overland Track

The last couple of days of rain have gotten me thinking about the cooler autumn months which are not far away now. One of the main highlights of autumn for me is the fungi, and I schedule all of my photography workshops through autumn to share this wonderful time of year with people. Here are...Read More

Fagus at Suttons Tarn, Cradle Mountain

There is a little spot at Cradle Mountain that has been on my radar for a long time and this autumn, I finally got out to see it – Suttons Tarn. How to find Suttons Tarn For those reasonably familiar with the Cradle Mountain area, Suttons Tarn is up behind Kitchen Hut right at the...Read More

Startrails at the Cradle Mountain Boatshed

The Cradle Mountain boatshed needs no introduction – it is one of the most popular spots to visit and photograph for visitors to Cradle Mountain. I regularly visit the boatshed as part of my 3 day photography workshops in the region, and during April, we included a trip to the boatshed on a starry night...Read More

Sunrise Cradle Mountain

Sunrise Cradle Mountain – the aim of photographers everywhere is to capture the soft morning light on the jagged peak of Cradle Mountain, perhaps a reflection in the lake and a bit of mist. I started a recent shoot at the lake, and although it was a beautiful morning, I could see I wasn’t going...Read More

Tasmanian Experience – report from Cradle Mountain

The seven day “Tasmanian Experience” photography workshop with myself and Michael Snedic wrapped up today after three nights at Cradle Mountain, followed by two nights at Freycinet and the last night here in Hobart. We were truly blessed with the weather at Cradle Mountain and had clear views of the mountains for all but one...Read More