Lake Oberon, Western Arthur Range, Tasmania
Barn Bluff, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Mount Anne, Southwest National Park, Tasmania
The impressive peak of Mount Anne overlooks a small pool surrounded by pineapple grass, cushion plants and pandani. Mount Anne, Southwest National Park, Tasmania.
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Crescent Moon at Lake Oberon
Western Arthur Range, Southwest National Park, Tasmania
The Milky Way rising over Lake Oberon between Mount Pegasus north and south. The southwest region of Tasmania is home to some of the most severe weather in Australia. This image was taken on an uncharacteristically clear morning at 3am. The moon can also be seen in the left of frame.
kunanyi/Mount Wellington, Tasmania
The sun bursts through the clouds on a cold and windy morning at the summit of kunanyi/Mount Wellington. The suns warmth cutting through the otherwise uncomfortable conditions.
Portico of Light
Ross, Midlands, Tasmania
A stunning aurora display over the old portico of Horton College, near Ross, Tasmania.
Southwest National Park, Tasmania
An incredible sunrise over the dolerite peaks of Southwest National Park. with a foreground full of cushion plants and pineapple grass.
Pelverata Falls, Snug Tiers Recreation Reserve, Tasmania
Pelverata Falls on a crisp, clear, moonlit night. It’s quite an amazing scene when the core of the milky way moves directly over the top of these falls, even if only for a few fleeting minutes.
Sunrise over Cushion Plant
The first rays of dawn stream past Lot’s Wife and Mount Lot, back-lighting a magnificent cushion plant specimen. Mount Anne, Southwest National Park, Tasmania.
Lake Elysia, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
The peak of Mount Geryon reflecting in the calm waters of Lake Elysia
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
First light of the morning reaches the snow dusted peak of Cradle Mountain known as “Little Horn”
Labyrinth Area, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
An infrared monochrome image of a Pandani plant at the Pool of Memories
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Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Tasmania
The shadow of Mount Pegasus is cast across Lake Oberon in the early morning light. Taken from the summit of Mount Sirius.
Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Wineglass Bay and the Hazards, Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania
Early morning light over Freycinet Peninsula
Western Arthur Range, Tasmania
2016 Focus Awards – Landscape Category – Winner
2016 AIPP NSW Awards – Gold – Science, Wildlife and Wild Places
The first light of the day backlights Pandani plants making up the foreground of this sweeping view down towards Lake Oberon and the Western Arthur Range beyond.
Labyrinth area, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmanaia
Mount Geryon reflected in the calm waters of the Pool of Memories at sunset.
Tasmania’s endemic heath plant, a Pandani (Richea pandanifolia), sits on the edge of the pool surrounded by Fagus (Nothofagus gunnii) and Cheshunt Pine (Diselma archeri).
Labyrinth area, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Mount Geryon reflects in the calm waters of the Pool of Memories.
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Nelson River, Tasmania
On the walk back from Nelson Falls in western Tasmania I noticed this beautiful composition along the river. It was raining whilst I took this and had to wipe my circular polariser after each frame I took to remove the rain drops. Tedious work at best, however the effort is truly worth it.
Overland Track, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Looking out towards the mountains along the Overland Track from Cradle Cirque, with a flowering Richea scoparia bush in the foreground.
Mawbanna, North Western Tasmania
We we probably shooting in this location for about 45 minutes. Unfortunately there were quite a few shadows cast over the falls by trees due to the time of the day we were there. There was a brief period of about 5 minutes when the sun went behind the clouds, the shadows disappeared, and the exposures were just popping. This was when this images was taken. A good lesson in patience and persistence for me.
© Luke Tscharke