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Cradle Mountain and Central North

Tasmanian Fagus & Macro Photography

As well as adding a beautiful splash of colour when taking grand, wide open landscape photographs, the Tasmanian fagus is a wonderful subject for macro photography. After a couple of days walking through the clouds and snow and hail beyond Marions Lookout, I spent my last morning at Dove Lake on the slopes of Mt...Read More

Autumn in Tasmania

Autumn in Tasmania is a landscape photographers delight. The mountain sides are a riot of colour as Tasmania’s deciduous beech, the fagus, farewells the summer and its leaves change to reds, oranges and yellows. Cradle Mountain is a great place to view this unique Tasmanian experience. Another highlight of the Tasmanian autumn is searching in...Read More

Cradle Mountain Photography Tour & Workshop

I run regular Cradle Mountain photography tours to Tasmania’s most celebrated natural icon for groups of two or more on demand. The tour is a 2 night/3 day all expenses included trip to one of Tasmania’s most photogenic locations. Upon arrival we will visit some of the magnificent short rainforest walks in the area, as...Read More

Life in the Cushion Plants

Summer in the mountains is flower time. Most Tasmanian flowers are small enough as it is, but the flowers that bloom on the cushion plants are very small indeed. Cushion plants, for those who aren’t familiar with them, are a very rigidĀ plant that grows on the ground in bright green round clumps. It is an...Read More

Tasmanian photography locations: Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain is perhaps the best know Tasmanian photography locations and the beloved symbol of the Tasmanian Wilderness. It is the most well known and most visited part of Tasmania, and a highlight of any Tasmanian photography trip. Dove Lake is at around 900m altitude, and the peak of Cradle MountainĀ is over 1500m. Walks range...Read More