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You could be forgiven for thinking this was a tropical locale. No, this is southern Tasmania where the Carlton River meets Tiger Head Bay looking down Park Beach
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Undeniably a natural sculpture - A sign of the times?
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These majestic beauties still have appeal long after the leaves are gone
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Took this lovely shot whilst do some reconnaissance flying for an upcoming job in the area. The Spirit of Tasmania ferry can be seen in the background
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There is a larger tulip farm close by at Table Cape but this one caught my eye due to the dramatic backdrop overlooking Bass Straight
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Scouting an industrial job gave me the perfect opportunity to snap this lovely image of the Port of Devonport. In the background is the red and white ferry (The Spirit of Tasmania) which carries passengers and freight...
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This was the first cruise ship to the port of Burnie for the summer season
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Here I positioned my drone above a disused factory which helped to achieve a unique perspective of Burnie Port
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An ancient volcanic plug called The Nut is a prominent feature in Stanley Tasmania
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Some photography was to be had moments before the heavens opened up in Dover, Southern Tasmania. - Aeroaust Imagery
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The lichen that forms on the coastal rocks around Tasmania can be a deep ochre colour. The contrast here between the green foliage,the grey/brown rocks and the ochre lichen is spectacular. Mind you I would have proffe...