It’s difficult to show the immense scale of these incredible trees, the Earth’s tallest flowering plant, Eucalyptus regnans, of which … Continue reading Tallest flowering plant
(12 photos – Part 1) – Please spend some time soaking up this piece of Tasmanian old-growth forest. Bare witness … Continue reading Florentine forest walk
(8 photos) – My mate Ev, his son Sam and I took a weekend trip to remote Maydena, the last … Continue reading Adventure goes down hill
My wife bought me a “lens ball” for my birthday – basically an optically clear ball of glass which acts … Continue reading Waterfall in a lens ball
The last few posts show how magnificently beautiful Tasmania is, yet, a ravenous beast lurks on the island. Perhaps one … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast
(The last of Cradle Mountain – 13 photos, click to zoom) – I’m lost for for words, because I’m lost … Continue reading King Billy Forest
(Cradle Mountain Part 6 – 8 Photos, click to enlarge) – The last series of images from our Saturday hike … Continue reading Dove Lake, Glacier Rock.
(Cradle Mountain Part 5 – 14 Photos) – A marathon, I realised I’ve now spent more time selecting and editing … Continue reading Wombat Pool and onwards …
(Cradle Mountain Part 4 – 11 Photos) – This place gives the impression it could have been the spot were … Continue reading On to Crater Lake …
(Cradle Mountain Part 3 – 11 photos) –Visitors can no longer drive into Cradle Mountain National Park, so after breakfast … Continue reading Misty Mountain walk begins …
(Cradle Mountain part 2 – 14 photos) –The images below were taken before breakfast on a short 40 minute “Enchanted … Continue reading Enchanted Forest Walk
(Part 1 – 9 photos) – We set off early afternoon with an uneventful 4.5 hour drive to Cradle Mountain … Continue reading Welcome to Cradle Mountain
From todays walk, a hint of what’s to come … Continue reading A taste of Cradle
Join us on a walk – nine photos, no words. Continue reading Night hike – S20 in the dark
(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