Through the Highland Wilds - North West Tasmania

February 11, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

There aren't many better places in Australia to visit twice in the space of two months. With the covid pandemic postponing a previous planned trip, I took a second trip in late January up the east coast of Tasmania and then across to the highlands of Cradle Mountain. 

Cradle Mountain National Park was the highlight. A beautiful combination of mossy Pencil Pine and King Billy forests, peaks and lakes, it's a great location for landscape and nature photography. Sure, you have to work around the crowds and have to plan to put in some serious walking, but there are so many great, unexplored opportunities and locations to be had for photography.

I will be posting some of the images that I captured during the trip in the coming days. I hope you enjoy them.

Cheers,

Russell

 

 


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