It was an exciting, exhausting and thrilling three months experiencing and photo journaling our island state of Tasmania. ‘falling in love with your own country, through the eyes of a tourist’ and capturing these precious ‘Moments in Time’ images – and having fun along the way. I’d taken so many images of Tasmania’s glorious scenery, it was difficult to choose a handful for my ‘Images of Tasmania’ collection. Each … Continue reading Three months in Tasmania – A handful of favourite images!
Wilsons Promontory is casually known as ‘The Prom’ by locals. Situated on one of the most southern tips of Victoria, not too far from Melbourne. Mostly know for its walking tracks and stunning coastlines. I have to admit, after being in Tasmania for two months, you get spoilt its containment with everything being just a short drive away. You drive an hour and you are ‘somewhere’. I forgot about … Continue reading ‘The Prom’ Wilsons Prom!
Sea ports have much activity with boats, marine life, birds. Yet water scenes always soothes the soul regardless of the activity. Port Albert on the south coast of Victoria provided some stunning scenes. Arriving in time for a glorious sunset… Watching the boats go out for a day of fishing! No fishing? Try telling the birds or a sting ray to read! Huge sting rays hovered … Continue reading There’s something magical about sea ports!
Opting to stay at Nariel Creek Campground during the festival and some welcomed R&R was much needed as I had been travelling constantly for the past few months. There is something about nature that feeds your soul and replenishes your energy. This gorgeous campground is large and home of the Nariel Folk Music Festival. A small donation of $5 per night! Camping near the creek, listening to the waters bubble over … Continue reading Nariel Creek Campground – Victoria – Feeds the soul!
Taking the road less travelled through the mountains. An 80 odd kms of unsealed road to the small town of Omeo with the small surprises. A wombat who is usually nocturnal was walking along the road, a small group of cows and beautiful farmland. Arriving in Omeo with gorgeous weather, a beautiful sunset and a still waterhole giving mirror images of the sky above. Continue reading On the road to Omeo
Because of he time frame of The Man from Snowy River Festival, I missed a few things along the way. So backtracking down to the bottom end of Victoria. Stopping off at Stacey’s Bridge for the night, I built my first fire! Yep my first. Men had never allowed me to build one in the past, as ‘they can do it’! haha I’ve seen them built … Continue reading Quest for Fire!
After the re-enactment, head to Corryong town for the Street Parade! Then go see as many events as possible. Everyone favourites, the cattle dogs! One of the big events is the Rodeo! These young men are brave! One that I know of was only 14 years old! Cross country Aussie style irrelevant of age! They start them young with the Whip Cracking events! Another … Continue reading Action Packed Four Days in the ‘Snowy’!