Two of the iconic landscape locations of Tasmania — Nelson Falls and the Derwent Valley — can be reached along the Lyell Highway that runs more-or-less East-West across the center of the island, to the South of the Cradle Mountain national park. From many photos I’ve selected just a few that I hope convey a sense the places: waterfalls, of course, glacial moraines, the colors and shapes of the cool-temperate rain forests and of the rural valleys in autumn.
Also included in this album are four photos I took of the sunrise above Hobart from the (freezing) summit of Mt WellingtonPlease download the PDF book (36 MB) and open it — on your computer, or tablet — in FULL SCREEN display. That’s how I meant it to be seen. Please use the comments field below to tell me what you think (love it? hate it?)
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