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tasmanian photography locations

Tasmanian Photography: The Colours of Mt Wellington

Tasmanian photography is characterised by remote mountain top views and wilderness forests, but Mt Wellington offers so much for photographers slightly limited by travel or time requirements. Mt Wellington is the spectacular backdrop to Hobart, visible from whichever direction you approach the state capital. At 1271 metres high and with a very good, sealed road...Read More

Sea & Sky: Dusk on Hobart’s South Arm

Ah Tasmania, green skies one night, pink skies the next. A series of shots from Mortimer Bay & Lauderdale. Late winter produced a lot of dreary, grey evenings void of the spectacular colour that makes sunset photography so exciting. Early spring has already brought some stellar weather to Tasmania with clear skies and vibrant sunsets,...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 Mountain is over 1500m. Walks range...Read More