(12 photos, click to enlarge) – I took my 16 year old doggo Stormy for a slow amble up in … Continue reading Fungi Fixation
(13 Photos, Click to enlarge) – It’s hard to show just how steep it is down in the Rivulet where … Continue reading Fungi – fruits of the forest
(9 Images) – After a week of rain followed by a few “warm” days (for winter), when opportunity arose, I … Continue reading Macro Mycena
(9 images) – To celebrate winter solstice, Hobart locals paint the town red and party to warm up. We drove … Continue reading MoFo Meander
(Part 6, 11 Photos, click to enlarge) – Last in the series from Cradle Mountain, we hike about 6km from … Continue reading Treading the boards
(Part 5, 7 Photos, click to enlarge) – After an evening meal at Peppers Lodge and a night of mirth … Continue reading Day two starts slowly
(Part 3, 7 photos) – We continue on with our Dove Lake Circuit hike in Cradle Mountain National Park – … Continue reading Cradle of Life
(Part 2, 8 Photos, click to zoom) – We continue on our trek toward Cradle Mountain around Dove Lake. The … Continue reading Dove Lake circuit continued …
(Part1, 7 photos) – Eight of us spent the long weekend at Cradle Mountain, with weather much clearer than our … Continue reading Return to Cradle Country
(6 photos) – An unusual loud, short repeated chirp drew my attention to this little bird that I’ve never seen … Continue reading New visitor in the garden
(6 photos – click to enlarge) – Another stop late on Saturday night was Otago Bay on the banks of … Continue reading Abandoned ship!
(8 images, click to enlarge) – MONA – “Museum of Old and New Art” has really made it’s mark on … Continue reading Dave’s bloody BIG torch!
(8 photos, click to enlarge) – To celebrate the Southern Hemisphere’s first day of spring (by the calendar) I thought … Continue reading It’s bloomin Spring!
(19 photos, click images to enlarge) –A Saturday walk with the Hobart Ambler’s Club from Seven Mile Beach to Lauderdale … Continue reading 14 km coastal hike
An endangered Tasmanian Wedgetailed Eagle feasts on a wallaby it scavenged in the neighbours paddock a few evenings ago. I … Continue reading An eagles tale
(13 photos) – Hobart has one of the deepest protected ports in the southern hemisphere and has a long maritime … Continue reading Blowin’ in the wind
(8 photos, click to enlarge) – After a mild start, winter has finally hit Hobart the last few weeks, with … Continue reading Rainy day sunshine
Final series of evening images from atop the Mount – kunanyi. I edited these over a few nights, varying from … Continue reading More mountain moments
(12 images) – I have a problem with my camera. It takes way too many good photos – more than … Continue reading On top of the world, at the bottom
The sun shining through a light mist rolling down the River Derwent this morning. I saw delicate layers in mono, … Continue reading Hobart, my home town