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Windsor's Bend, Tasmania.

Windsor's Bend, Tasmania.

Derwent River - Hayes,Tasmania.

Derwent River - Hayes,Tasmania.

Oak Tree's aligning a gravel road puts me in mind of a childs Fairy Tale story - Redlands, Tasmania.

Oak Tree's aligning a gravel road puts me in mind of a childs Fairy Tale story - Redlands, Tasmania.

L1M1AS3 - Framing: Tasmania's high country under the vapour of clouds, very rugged! Shot standing/ reaching foward, F/6.3, Exp 1/100, ISO 1/100(Auto), ISO 100, Focal Length 21mm, Handheld.

L1M1AS3 - Framing: Tasmania's high country under the vapour of clouds, very rugged! Shot standing/ reaching foward, F/6.3, Exp 1/100, ISO 1/100(Auto), ISO 100, Focal Length 21mm, Handheld.

L1M1AP3 - Framing: A very stunted, yet old alpine Blackwood tree in amongst hectares of scree rock, and cloud vapour. Shot sitting, F/6.3, Exp 1/100, ISO 100(Auto), Focal Point 18mm, Handheld.

L1M1AP3 - Framing: A very stunted, yet old alpine Blackwood tree in amongst hectares of scree rock, and cloud vapour. Shot sitting, F/6.3, Exp 1/100, ISO 100(Auto), Focal Point 18mm, Handheld.

L1M1AP3 - Framing: Death by Nature. F/10 Exp1/200, ISO 100 (Auto), Focal Length 30mm, Handheld from out of 4wd window.

L1M1AP3 - Framing: Death by Nature. F/10 Exp1/200, ISO 100 (Auto), Focal Length 30mm, Handheld from out of 4wd window.

L1M1AP3 - Lines: Abandoned rail Line, New Norfolk, Tasmania. Shot standing, F/7.1, Exp 1/125, ISO 100(Auto), Focal Length 55mm, Handheld.

L1M1AP3 - Lines: Abandoned rail Line, New Norfolk, Tasmania. Shot standing, F/7.1, Exp 1/125, ISO 100(Auto), Focal Length 55mm, Handheld.

Pathway - Lucy, the Reids' cat, basks in the morning sun amid the rustle of grasses, including Calamagrostis x acutifolia "Stricta," Miscanthus sinensis "Gracillimus," Panicum virgatum "Hanse Herms," and Deschampsia cespitosa.

Pathway - Lucy, the Reids' cat, basks in the morning sun amid the rustle of grasses, including Calamagrostis x acutifolia "Stricta," Miscanthus sinensis "Gracillimus," Panicum virgatum "Hanse Herms," and Deschampsia cespitosa.

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