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Well been away from RB for a week but will catch up with all the work I’ve missed from you all. I took this shot last night and got frost nip in the process, so my finger tips all felt like they had been smashed with a hammer, can still feel it a bit today, I’ve already been told off for not wearing gloves ;-)
It was really beautiful and worth a little pain. Taken on Mt Wellington Tasmania facing west to distant mountain ranges.

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sunset, mountain, snow, landscape, tasmania, mtwellington

Comments

  • Raquel O'Neill
    Raquel O'Neillabout 5 years ago

    Wow Michael, just gorgeous!

  • Thank you for that Raquel

    – Michael Walters

  • Alistair Wilson
    Alistair Wilsonabout 5 years ago

    terrific mate, it’s been cold in Melbourne too although probably not this cold

  • Thanks mate, yeah it’s been really cold the last few days and super cold up on the mountain…ouch!

    – Michael Walters

  • Varinia   - Globalphotos
    Varinia - Gl...about 5 years ago

    Absolutely gorgeous !!

  • Thank you so much for that:)

    – Michael Walters

  • AlexMac
    AlexMacabout 5 years ago

    Unfortunatley the photo is not showing up for me here, but I have been watching the weather reports for Tassie and noticed its snowing already, hoping the snow stays around till august..will pop back later to see if the pic shows up then…hope your well xx

  • Yeah i don’t know what is happening and why the pic isn’t showing along with others. Yep the snow will still be here in Aug:) doing good and hope you are too x

    – Michael Walters

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 5 years ago

    I’m seeing a huge expanse of white….must be lots of snow!!! Seriously though, I can’t see the image, nor can I see lots of other images at the moment….guess I’ll have to wait till redbubble fixes the problem…..meanwhile, I’ll just commiserate on the cold fingertips!

  • haha, yeah me too, not sure what the deal is, i’ll repost if it doesn’t get sorted by RB, thanks for your thoughts on the fingers too:) my mate got it too so at least it was kind of funny.

    – Michael Walters

  • lizalady
    lizaladyabout 5 years ago

    Good to hear your back, but I guess I’ll wait with the others to see whats behind the white curtain.

  • Thanks for that:) yeah it’s pretty annoying, been a while since i’ve posted and get a shot im happy with and it’s a no show!! oh well might delete it and post later if it doesn’t fix it’s self.

    – Michael Walters

  • Tatiana R
    Tatiana Rabout 5 years ago

    Hi Michael, I couldn’t see it at first, but now I can! Wow! Magnificent! With all that snow! Wonderful job! I don’t think I can stand taking photos when I need to have my gloves on :-)

  • Hi Tatiana, yeah i couldn’t see it either for a bit, all good now it seems, yeah i know what yo mean, i think some thin gloves would have been good, would be a bit hard trying to work a camera with big mittens or something ;)

    – Michael Walters

  • rosson1
    rosson1about 5 years ago

    My God Michael, this is just spectacular. LOL about the old nose-pickers…gloves? Fiddly bloody things:)

  • haha, yeah I know, i’ve been in the snow many times without gloves but for some reason yesterday it really hurt…odd :)

    – Michael Walters

  • John  Kowalski
    John Kowalskiabout 5 years ago

    Sensational image Michael, wonderful lighting, smashing capture

  • Thank you so much for that John, it was the most beautiful night!

    – Michael Walters

  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicabout 5 years ago

    Brilliant Michael,,,,,,,bloody brilliant!!!!!!,,,, as for the gloves,,, we wear them 6 months a year here!!!! hope your fingers are thawed……
    How much snow do you get there???

  • Hey Linda, thank you so so much, 6 months of gloves is a lot:) we don’t get snow at sea level here, but in the mountains if could stretch from now to early November, but it can come and go during that time.

    – Michael Walters

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