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Russell Falls, with its triple-tier cascade, is the most spectacular waterfall in Tasmania.

Unlike many waterfall photos which show ‘silky water’ due to long exposures, this image depicts the falls and cascading water in its natural, unaltered state.

The Falls were first named Browning Falls but were known as the Russell Falls after 1884, by which time they were already a popular tourist attraction.

Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia.

Mamiya ZM film camera, as is.

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I live in Australia and enjoy bushwalking in the great outdoors, especially the world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.

My photographic interests are pretty much related to Australian landscapes, rustic Australia, historic Australia, Australian wildlife, flora, fauna, birds, etc. Guess I love the country I was born and live in.

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  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenover 3 years ago

    Excellent work mate.

  • Thanks for the fave Wazza.

    – Michael John

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...over 3 years ago

    Gorgeous! I can ‘feel’ it… ‘sigh’ :)

    Wonderful atmosphere, capture and composition, Michael.

    xxx

  • Thanks for the great comment, and for the fave Donna.

    – Michael John

  • Gregory Hale
    Gregory Haleover 3 years ago

    Beautifully photographed Michael

  • Thank you for the great comment Gregory.

    – Michael John

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanover 3 years ago

    Wonderful,superb , this just captured my screen.Now I can ‘feel’ the water I have no idea why people like that silky look /long exposures,just looks weird and artificial to my eyes. Perhaps it’s the fun in photographing differently?

  • Yes, a lot go for the silky look, so I went for the rarer natural look instead! Thanks for the comment Virginia.

    – Michael John

  • Alwyn Simple
    Alwyn Simpleover 3 years ago

    Great shot of a great place Michael. Last time I was there the thick foliage made it very difficult to get a clear shot of the waterfall. If my memory serves me correctly, the falls were more open and visible when I first visited back in the early 1960’s. I suspect that this shot is not a real recent shot but the foliage is all ready closing in.

  • You are correct – it is not a recent shot, but a bit later than the 1960s! Thanks for that Alwyn.

    – Michael John

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsover 3 years ago

    A beautiful waterfall & a nice shot Mike. I haven’t been to that spot since last century.

  • Thanks Michael.

    – Michael John

  • kathy s gillentine
    kathy s gillen...over 3 years ago

    Gorgeous capture

  • Thanks Kathy.

    – Michael John

  • Marie Brown ©
    Marie Brown ©over 3 years ago

    lovely shot

  • Thanks for the fave Marie!

    – Michael John

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 3 years ago

  • Thanks Ann.

    – Michael John

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

  • Thanks.

    – Michael John

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