Mar
12
2012

Tasmania through a lens

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Our blog records all manner of observations about Tasmania … its attractions, things we know or have been told. It’s always great to note down things for you, to reveal facts and oddities which may add to your enjoyment of this amazing state. One of the things which does constantly amaze us, is the number of incredible photos that come our way. DiscoverTasmania’s facebook photo pages are crowded with striking visuals which have been trusted to our care and share. Precise and technically perfect professional shots, ‘iphonography’ where smartphones with their increasingly better resolutions (and savvy users) produce remarkable portraits of the land and other more intimate moments. Vistas, food-shots, and countless others have created a whole genre of enjoyment for many. Art and landscapes, the documentary and the casual snapshot, aided by programs like Instagr.am – yes, we are there too!

We hope that you enjoy a selection of some of the best to pass our way … most cross-posted on facebook.

Cruising the Tasman Peninsula Image Credit - Gautam Bawa

Taking an evening stroll along Surprise Bay on the South Coast Track Image Credit - Darrel Grundy

Amazing reflections at Rosebery Image Credit and Copyright Chetwin Photography

Spectacular Sisters Beach

Stunning North West Image Credit - Linda Michelle Baker

Summit of Mt Ossa Cradle Mountain Walk Image Credit - Joanne Lane

Hobart by night Shutterbug Tours Image Credit and Copyright  - Roy Veith

Looking across from Nubeena Image Credit - Richard Burgess

Cradle Mountain Walk Image Credit - Joanne Lane

One of the reasons to take a long RV or caravan holiday in Tasmania Image Credit - Rodney Hunt

A tarn and everlasting wilderness stretching as far as the eye (camera) can see Image Credit - Joanne Lane

Kingston Beach Early Morning Image Credit - Aimee Parmateer

Albino Bennett's Wallaby at Adventure Bay, Bruny Island Image Credit - Trina Mangels

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  • angelica says:

    Loved the photographs, super.

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