Southern Island Nature – Forests

Southern Island Nature – Forests

This is Keppel creek in Sumac forest reserve in the Takaya/Tarkine, this part of the region if full of amazing gondwana reminet rain forest. Home to giant blue freshwater crays and huge eucalyptus and myrtle beach trees. The trees here grow old, the moss dangles like...
Southern Island Nature – Ocean

Southern Island Nature – Ocean

To respect the traditional custodians and this amazing place I only took a few photos and none of the mountain itself; only the ocean, waves and rocks. Preminghana is a beautiful and sacred aboriginal mountain on the far northwest coast of Tasmania. A raw cliff...
Southern Island Nature – Rivers

Southern Island Nature – Rivers

When kayaking down a river; sometimes you feel like you are navigating and dancing with the water, other times you feel like just another drop of water. Pencil Pine Creek, near Cradle Mountain.  Photography by John Fredericks. The water flowing towards the ocean is...
Southern Island Nature – Introduction

Southern Island Nature – Introduction

Cradle Mountain and Dove lake. A glacial landscape and upper mountain catchment. The waves surround the island, often reaching every cove and bay, the swells that have grown over thousands of kilometres on a journey two thirds around the earth, whipping up from...