Tasmanian Short Walks: Snug Falls
Waterfalls look their best in winter! Snug Falls is a really great Tasmanian short walk, being a fairly easy 20 minute walk to a very rewarding waterfall. The falls are quitre high, and a great sight with lots of water on them.
I have visited these falls multiple times and this time my eye was drawn just as much to the foam and bubbles fringing the pool in front of the waterfalls as the waterfall itself. I spent a lot of time lining up bubble patterns with the waterfall almost just a background element! Not my usual approach to shooting waterfalls but I think I came away with a couple of nice ones 🙂
Just to be comprehensive, I took a couple of non foam and bubble shots too. There really was a great amount of water and the day was nice and overcast so I was in no hurry – the best way to take photos!
The walk in is downhill the whole way meaning the walk out is all … uphill. It’s not too strenous by any means but a great way to break up the walk is to look for fungi. This trip was back in June and there was still plenty about. I stopped to photograph a few of the most interesting ones.
Definitely a highly recommended Tasmanian short walk, and well worth the effort – especially during the wet months. Make sure you check it out!