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Sunrise from Cape Tourville in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania.I had this place in one of Tasmania’s premier tourist areas to myself this particular evening for 20 minutes or so while the sun went down.
Nikon D90Sigma 10-20mm lensLee ND grads
garth smith, freycinet, tasmania, east coast, sunset, tasman sea, ocean, coastline, national park, dusk
This is fantastic, Garth :-)
That was quick Trish, thank you very much.
– Garth Smith
Splendid capture, Garth!
Thank you very much Bela.
Wow lovely work Garth, lucky you soaking it in! :)))
Thank you Kylie
Superb seascape Garth…strange you standing there on the edge..!! although it must have been safe but looks vertigeous..!!
Thank you Rob, it was solid and safe but I was still watching my footsteps fairly carefully. I wouldn’t have liked to tread on a shoelace.
vertigeous?!!isn’t that a big word for geezus-look-down-THERE……?Nice work Garth, must see this spot on my travels soon!
Cheers Murph, yes you must. It’s a great spot.
Ooooh… moody and dramatic! Wonderful composition, Garth!!! And a fantastic colour palette!
Thank you very much Mieke, you should put Freycinet on your Tassie list.
Unusual and beautiful colours- almost sepia – and beautiful, Garth.
Thank you Bette, it was magic.
Another wonderful part of our state – great shot
Thank you Brett
Beautiful light and colour.