I temporarily misplaced the SD card with photos from the recent trip to Tasmania. I admit, there was a little concern as there were many images I liked on the card. Fortunately a more intensive hunt turned up the missing card and I’ve started on another series of images from the Elemental Fantasy set. Something I haven’t done recently which can add dimension to the artwork is to include a B & W with the colour. Maybe the next one.
More of an abstract than some of the others which have a more landscape-y aspect. I'm not sure what's the maximum amount of hidden faces allowed in an image but I think I'm getting close.
Reminds me of the Dancing form of Shiva called Nataraj. Taken on the north west coast of Tasmania.
the question could be - what animal looks as beautiful from behind as it does from the front? Well close to it anyway. Beautiful deep tones and feather formation from the peacocks wandering around near Cataract Gorge in Launceston. In the city itself, Macaque monkeys donated By Japan. you can see them in photographs of Japan sitting in hot spring baths in the snow. I’d rather see them in the wild myself. They kept themselves entertained but no substitute for a natural environment.
You don’t expect snow in the last month of spring. I’ve photographed at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania many times, even in winter but this is the first time it snowed here. Pretty lucky for a 3 week window at this time of year. There were 2 straight days but it didn’t settle on the first though the weather was dramatic - windy, rainy, sleety, snowy. From photography viewpoint I love the mixture of monochrome and colour in the same shot. This region also has beautiful, deep yellows and browns that stand out nicely against the snow. I haven’t uploaded and portrait oriented shots due to the software distorting them. Nevertheless, there’s a good selection for the moment.
I’ve been lucky enough over the past few years to travel around Tasmania. The coast has been a source of many productive photo ops. A geologist’s dream you could say. When viewed in passing from the roadside it doesn’t look like much ad so a lot of places can easily remain unvisited by photographers unless you know what to look for. Anyway, here’s another batch of images from the north and west coast taken this year.