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Exploring Tasmania’s Tarkine: Ramsay Rainforest

Clutching my copy of the Tarkine Trails guidebook, I decided to do a little reccie in the Ramsay Rainforest area near Waratah in Tasmania’s beautiful Tarkine region. The start of the track was easy to find (thanks to the guidebook!) and I decided to just walk and see how far I would get. The track...Read More

Styx Valley Tasmania

The tall eucalypt forests and dark green rainforests of the Styx Valley Tasmania are a unique experience. The Styx really is an area that captures the imagination with trees pushing past 90 metres in height and the pure green of the rainforest an instant source of refreshment. Visiting the Styx Valley Tasmania The Styx Valley...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

Macro Photography – Upper Florentine Valley

I recently had a day out photographing the Upper Florentine Valley in south west Tasmania. The valley is a stunning valley of tall eucalypts and intricate deep green rainforest. The valley is very picturesquely surrounded by the mountains of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area, with the Thumbs being the range that dominates the view...Read More

Styx Valley: Photographing Tasmania’s Wild Forests

For an out of the way location, the Styx Valley is surprisingly accesible, and full of wonderful photographic reward. The area is known for it’s reserve of giant eucalypts which tower above a lovely rainforest understory which is full of exquisite green moss, gnarled old trees and tiny details that you don’t fully appreciate until you get down...Read More