Black and white wilderness snaps from a long time ago on through my Yashica T4 with Lucky 100 film.
Tasman Trail, Tasman Peninsula
Bivouac Bay, Tasman Peninsula
Bellamy on rock
Foliage on Mt Wellington
The William Pitt shipwreck
I think this is Cape Huay
Totem pole maybe?
Some oldies from a rediscovered film canister. These seem to take place all around the great southern state of Tasmania.
Echo Pt, Lake St Clair
Twin thumbs and Scandinavian pins
Mt Ida and a cairn
Me and a big tree
Ulverstone waterslide – a childhood day out
Sister’s Beach rivulet
Stanley and “The Nut”
A dead fish = art
Lizzy and Al at Echo Pt hut on Lake St Clair circa 2012 – Yashica T4 (Fuji Color Pro 400H)
A few snaps from a quick mission to Moorina Bay/Cape Queen Elizabeth on Bruny Island to track down an old fisherman hut.
Hidden in the dunes
‘The Cardboard Goblet’
Peaking through the shrubbery
Rock arch at Mars Bluff
Ascending said rock arch
A green mound
Cape Queen Elizabeth
Day 6 on the South Coast Track. After a morning ocean bathing session we packed up our carry bags and smashed out the last couple of hours of walking towards Cockle Creek. I was pretty happy to be leaving the sandflies which had destroyed my body over night, but saddened to leave the simple life we had been living the last 6 days.
Makeshift picnic bench and South Cape Bay
South Cape Bay from the clifftop
The end of the road at Cockle Creek
The ‘true believers’
Day 5 on the South Coast Track. After another late departure we took off from our awesome clifftop camp spot at Surprise Bay and started for our last camp on the South Cape Rivulet. Today was hot, muddy, and a reasonably short walk which was a treat for our pins. There was even a rad natural shower on the way!
Alfredo in his recovery position
Surprise Bay campsite
More beach walkz
Alfredo powering on
A moments respite from the heat
Alfredo again in recovery position
The A-team looking pretty cooked at South Coast Rivulet
Looking into the deep West
Jesso at camp sandfly
Stargazing and life chats