The highest peak in Tasmanias south west, Mt Anne. This photograph was taken from the rarely visited north east ridge.

Minolta 404si body
Tokina 19-35 lens
Circular polarizing filter
Tripod
Shutter release cable
Fuji Velvia 50iso 35mm tranny

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Hi, I’m an avid amateur photographer who loves the outdoors, especially here in Tasmania, it has such amazing diversity packed into such a small island.

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Comments

  • John Barratt
    John Barrattover 7 years ago

    Absolutely stunning shot! Great colour, light, and composition. A part of the world I would love to visit some day.

  • David Haviland
    David Havilandover 7 years ago

    Great light and colour.

  • Andrew Bosman
    Andrew Bosmanover 7 years ago

    Ditto above comments. Well done.

  • James Pierce
    James Pierceover 7 years ago

    Tick !

  • Stephen Colquitt
    Stephen Colquittover 7 years ago

    Supurb location and well captured!

  • helene
    heleneover 7 years ago

    Great shot!

  • ShaneBooth
    ShaneBoothover 7 years ago

    Glorious shot, well worth the work getting off the beaten track.

  • EOS20
    EOS20about 7 years ago

    Wonderful light and colours! :)

  • Brandon Lee
    Brandon Leeabout 7 years ago

    Thanks alot, It’s one of my favourite places

  • Naomi Mawson
    Naomi Mawsonabout 7 years ago

    Stunning work Brandon

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