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nothofagus cunninghamii
Spring growth on the myrtle beech (N. cunninghamii) trees

Myrtle beech new spring leaves

The peak of autumn and just as the deciduous beech leaves are changing might seem an odd time to be bringing up spring growth on the myrtle beech trees but I thought it would be interesting to share a few photos from last spring. The myrtle beech (Nothofagus cunninghamii) is a direct relative of the...Read More
Tasmanian myrtle beech trees in the mist

Inspiration

There are plenty of photographers and images that have been a great source of inspiration for me over the years, especially when I still lived in Melbourne and was just getting into photography and “discovering” Tasmania. Many images by Peter Dombrovskis, of course, but another one in particular I have always admired was a shot...Read More
King Billy Track at Cradle Mountain

King Billy Track

The King Billy track is a wonderful short walk which starts and finishes at the Cradle Mountain Lodge – although you don’t strictly need to be a guest of the hotel to stretch your legs on the track. It is also a good spot for fungi too so if the quarantine situation loosens in the...Read More