Things have finally settled down somewhat, so I headed off for some more fungi therapy deep down in the local … Continue reading More ‘shrooms
Much closer to home – in fact just meters from my front door, a few interesting finds after some more … Continue reading Finding fungi in my paddock
I finally found an hour in my day to escape into the bush I so love – to clear my … Continue reading ESCAPE!!
I just stumbled upon this shot taken early morning, July 7, 2019 from South Hobart, one that slipped by unnoticed. … Continue reading Bridgewater Gerry
OK, so this isn’t an eagle, but I spotted this cheeky Magpie and captured it about to launch skyward while … Continue reading The Eagle has landed
The third deadliest snake on the planet, this Tasmanian Tiger Snake slid down a bank beside the road, into a neighbours woodpile, so I jumped the fence and carefully went in pursuit! Continue reading Laying low and legless
Click the photo and join me on a photo-explore along the River Derwent! Continue reading Misty morning minimalist
A trip to O’Grady’s and Featherstone Falls with some Fungi finds. Continue reading Escaping the madness …
Too much to do in too little time has kept me away from photography lately. I took some shots of … Continue reading Busy as a bee …
Australia’s largest bird of prey, it is estimated that less than 1000 adult Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagles remain and they are … Continue reading Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagle
One post, two sunsets – bang for buck, and it’s free! Continue reading Sky painting – kunanyi sunsets
My fourth postcard design (minus my watermark). HOBART, TASMANIA: Main: Evening view from South Hobart. Mt Wellington from Waterworks Reserve. … Continue reading Postcard from home …
I’m not sure what this tiny critter is, I can’t find it on Google. I thought it may have been … Continue reading I'm a leaf
This is a female White Tail which are about 20mm long. the males are about 12mm and quite common in … Continue reading White Tail Spider
The Wood or Forest Scorpion – Cercophonius squama, is the only scorpion found in Tasmania. It is typically around 25–40 mm (0.98–1.57 in) … Continue reading Sting in the tail
A new postcard design with Tasmanian animals – I need to find a platypus to photograph. WILDLIFE, TASMANIA: Bennetts Wallaby … Continue reading Wildlife Tasmania postcard …
Meandering back home after a weekend away, we took a quick stop at Four Mile Creek Reserve on the Tasmanian … Continue reading East Coast Rocks!
A series of images from our visit to Devil’s Corner Vineyard, nestled in one of the nicest little valley’s in … Continue reading Devil's Corner, Van Dieman's Land.
A couple of shots from the walk to Hall’s Falls near Pyengana. In the second shot I had trouble with … Continue reading Walk to Hall's Falls, NW Tasmania