Path to Peppers

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While visiting Tasmania for a friends wedding, my fiancé and I had to make the trip to Cradle Mountain. Many words can be used to describe the scenery in the area, but the only way I can describe it is by calling it God Country. The crisp cool alpine air fills your lungs with each breath, the smells are natural and fresh. The gentle sounds of water running through the creeks.
It is so unique, you just have to visit yourself.
I know i’ll be back.

Lonely Residences

The Tasmanian east coast is spectacular. On a trip here, we went to Freycinet National Park then headed north towards Scamander to visit some friends. Ben and Nicole then took us further up the coast past St Helens to the Bay of Fires. The Bay of Fires apparently got its name from settlers back in the day who sailed up the coast of Tasmania. The red moss/lichen made the landscape look like it was on fire, hence the current name. This farmhouse is the only residence in the area. Just a single house overlooking the bay.

Details
2 Image Stitch
Canon 5d Mark II
16-35mm f2.8L II USM + CircPol + Cokin ND Filters
A: f8
T: 1/125
ISO: 100

Tasmanian Central Highlands

When visiting Tasmania, you cannot help but pull over at every opportunity and just soak in the stunning scenery that this state has got to offer.
This landscape shot of the central highlands was taken while on our way to the famous Freycinet National Park after a couple of days at the equally impressive Cradle Mt – Lake St Clair National Park. The cleanliness and crispness of the cool mountain air is incredibly addictive while the landscape is just breathtaking. It is certainly a place I would love to visit again, again, and again.

Details
Canon 5d Mark
16-35mm f2.8L II USM
A: f5.6
T: 1/160
ISO: 100

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Pencil Pine Falls


Cradle Mountain National Park will always hold a special place in my heart as it’s the location where I proposed to my now fiancé. This isn’t the spot that I proposed though, I got down on one knee up the road a little further overlooking Dove Lake and in the shadows of Cradle Mountain. It was pretty awesome.

But enough about me, more on this photo. It’s a 4 image stitch of Pencil Pine Falls, a short stroll from Cradle Mountain Lodge (where we stayed, and if you do go to visit, I highly recommended to stay here).
The falls make for a magnificent location to sit and soak in the great outdoors, you may even be lucky enough to spot a wombat or two.

Details

Canon 5d Mark II
16-35mm f2.8L II USM + CircPol
A:  f/13
T: 0.3
ISO: 50

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The Hazards

Freycinet National Park located on the east coast in the Australian state of Tasmania. We visited Tassie for a mates wedding and afterwards we spent 4 days travelling around the northern part of the state. On the trip I asked my now fiancé to marry me. Was a pretty special holiday in more ways then one 🙂
The Hazards are a rugged mountain chain in the Freycinet National Park on Tasmania‘s east coast. They are positioned between Coles Bay, Tasmania and Wineglass Bay and are said to be named after local whaler, African-American Captain Richard Hazard. (info from wiki)

Details

Canon 5d Mark II

16-35mm f/2.8L II USM + CPol & Cokin Filters
A:     f7
T:     1/60
FL:   16mm
ISO: 100