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Cradle Mt - aerial views - Tasmania by 


On 28.3.09 I went up in a helicopter for a fantastic aerial experience – viewing the majestic Cradle Mt and its neighbouring environment in the Cradle Mt – Lake St Clair National Park. WOW!

For more Tasmanian wonders, check out www.parks.tas.gov.au which is Tasmania’s Parks and Wildlife Service website.

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I enjoy exploring – having fun – bringing fun times to people – enjoying other people’s marvellous arts/views of the world through their eyes. Wow . So amazing. It doesn’t have to be a professional photo – just to Capture what you see..and share it. And ENJOY it….and hopefully share the destination with anyone else, so that they can share the beauty, and experience the delights of the place/people/trees/views.

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  • MaeBelle
    MaeBelleover 5 years ago

    Cool shots!! ;o)) God Bless,Mae

  • Thanks MaeBelle – it was excellent up there yesterday, flying over the mountain tops and the DEEP gullies/gorges. What an experience. The photos I took do NOT do it enough justice. I also deliberately left in some of the inside helicopter parts.

    – gaylene

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonover 5 years ago

    Wonderful photo. How many are Volcano’s?

  • what a great question – unfortunately I do not know.

    – gaylene

  • Sharon House
    Sharon Houseover 5 years ago

    Great Calendar Gaylene – what a wonderful way to promote one of Tasmania’s greatest tourist attractions.

  • Thanks Sharona – yes, this is a motivation for me – Tassie is marvellous (as are so many parts of the world) but this is HOME. Just speaking to some lovely people yesterday from Zimbabwe and the reasons that they had to FLEE their country, made me really especially proud and pleased to live in our marvellous country. We are really so very LUCKY to live in our worlds patch of paradise. No huge dramas here that are encountered around the immense world of ours – nothing too heavy to overcome (even with cyclones and bushfires – they are horrific enough for the people to overcome) but still, when learning of the atrocities committed elsewhere – well, I will not be planning on living out of Australia. Proudly Tasmanian I am….and proud to help promote our beautiful island state….(now I am climbing off my soapbox – ooops, you got me started Sharon)

    – gaylene

  • Shane Viper
    Shane Viperalmost 5 years ago

    An amazing area, well captured Gaylene

  • thanks

    – gaylene

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