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The last rays of a setting Sunday sun painting Tasmania's most famous tree a bright red/orange colour, sadly hard to do the moment justice in an image.. Luckily the sky behind the tree was just as spectacular, and you bet I can get all of that colour 😉
This image is the result of a spontaneous roadtrip to Binalong Bay this past weekend, a great chance for some soul searching and personal reflection. One of the most important things I learned is that it is incredibly uncomfortable to sleep in the back of your car when you're unprepared.
Moody sunsets at the Bay of Fires up on the east coast of Tasmania. This little tree has been hanging on and growing out of the rock for what must be decades. The red lichen that grows on the granite is a signature of the area, making it highly photogenic. When you visit spots like this look out for rubbish that may be around the place and take it out with you, we can all do our part to #keeptassiebeautiful.
Tides and currents have carved out tentacles as receding waters have scythed out channels through a sand bar in the Shark Bay World Heritage area. Shark Bay is home to over 1,300,000 hectares of shallow waters with an average depth of only 9 meters. It’s divided into many shallow banks, sand cays and bars and many peninsulas and islands.
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One of my favourite small waterfalls in the Blue Mountains, Pool of Siloam falls.
Judging by the marks in the sand, the sandbank here would have been covered with flow only hours earlier, from the storm the previous evening.
Good morning Igers and happy hump day! This morning we are heading a little north in Queensland and showing you this beautiful image captured by @darrencmanning at Port Douglas. (A lot north really 😂)
What a sensational capture Darren! Congratulations and thanks for tagging @igersaustraliaofficial 👌🧡
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Have a great day.
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Wanting to take a look at the city from another angle, hence I signed up for a hot air balloon ride above Melbourne CBD.
The whole experience took around 3 hours (1 hour to set up, 1 hour up in the air, and 1 hour to pack up the balloon) and was definitely an experience not to forget.
Will be posting more pics from this experience on upcoming posts, so look out for that!
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Looking down on some absolute legends (you know who you are bros, spot the tents 👀), at the best hike-in campsite we've had the pleasure to camp at, whilst enjoying a magic show in the sky. .
Shot on #sonya7ii
Not the most popular view of the Twelve Apostles in South Australia, but it's my favourite one.
One of the top 3 most visited tourist sites in Australia, it was completely overwhelmed with hoards of tourists. The best part was climbing down the Gibson Steps to wade along the shoreline and look up at these stunning limestone stacks and the great blue infinity. That's where I found my peace among the crowd. Everyone's experience here will be different as the landscape changes with each wave. One crumbled in 2005.
Mt Wilson's Giant Tree. Hit by lighting in 2008 this enormous Messmate looms high above a sea of ferns, all fighting for their share of daylight. This is my first shot on the new @fujifilm_global 8-16mm lens. I'm so impressed with the detail and cannot wait to get some solid use out of it!
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'Blanket of Magenta'
This afternoon's sunset wasn't bad at all. This light along the horizon lasted for a solid 1 minute (if that). I filmed a little behind the scenes on how I captured and composed this image. Keep an eye out for that ()