Cloudy but beautiful hike at Cradle Mountain in Tasmania.
The hike around the Dove Lake offers beautiful views of the Cradle Mountain in Tasmania. I'm getting all excited about the next 2 trips I'm currently planning: Daocheng Yading in May, the "Yosemite" of Asia which is also the area which supposedly inspired Shangri-La. Then in July, I will be visiting the Southwest in the ...
Last light of the day in the Cradle Mountain, Tasmania.
A fascinating geological phenomenon created this tessellated pavement in Tasmania which looks like someone laid tiles on the shore.
The Dove Lake in the Cradle Mountain in the morning.
As a follow up of the previous post, this is what Launceston looked like on the other side on that day. This picture was taken while shooting at the sun through the Cataract Gorge.
While I was busy taking pictures of the sunset in Launceston, trying to shoot into the sun, I almost missed what was going on in my back. Seeing that amazing sky when I turned around, I rushed to another location to take a picture without cars in front of me. Unfortunately, I didn't have enough ...
Look at this huge trunk and the diameter of that fallen tree in Mount Field!
Cloudy days don't give quite the same beautiful colours as bright clear skies but the clouds themselves do compensate a little for the drama. This was taken in Freycinet, looking at the Hazards mountains.
Just about an hour drive away from Hobart, Mount Field is a beautiful national park which hosts several waterfalls and an amazing moss-covered forest. The Lady Barron Falls can be found after an easy 40 minute hike (count 1.5 hours if you take pictures about just anything like me though!)
I'm just back from a short vacation to Tasmania and I have a strange feeling of having seen beautiful things mixed to the frustration of not having been able to capture all I could. Part of it is due to the unfortunate weather I had: good enough for a holiday but too cloudy to allow ...