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N 66 B 478 C 52 E Nov 6, 2019 F Jun 21, 2022
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This image is included in a gallery entitled "INTERPHOTO * THE SEA / IL MARE" curated by Marzetti Gianfranco.

This was taken from the Cape Tourville Lookout on a fine Spring morning. On the middle-top left is Lemon Bay. Wineglass Bay is near the middle right. Tasman Sea is on the left hand side.

There was a gentle breeze. The deep blue, calm sea, coloured cliff faces and the few distant, lazy white clouds contribute to a beautiful scene.

Tags:   Cape Tourville Lookout Wineglass Bay Carp Bay Lemon Bay Freycinet Peninsula Tasmania Australia Travel HDR CPL filter geo tagged Geological feature blue sky white clouds deep blue sea Spring morning Nature National Geographic closetonature Concordians Landscape Scenics,not justlandscapes! wide angle lens calm water Grande Mare Group coloured cliff face Tasman Sea Lemon Rock water reflections Thouin (Too-wun) Bay The Hazards Mt Freycinet Mt Graham coastline in gallery

N 147 B 2.4K C 222 E Nov 3, 2019 F Mar 16, 2022
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Waterfall Bay can be seen as a body of water off the east coast of Tasmania on the rugged Tasman Peninsula. It is located between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur.

From lookout points we can see towering cliff dropping down to the ocean. On the left horizon of Tasman Sea is Cheverton Rock. In rainy seasons, after heavy rain fall, waterfalls can be seen falling spectacularly from over 200m up.

Tags:   Waterfall Bay Tasman Peninsula Tasmania blue sky white clouds HDR super wide angle lens Oil painting filter Australia Travel Nature National Geographic Geological feature Grande Mare Group geo tagged steep rock face steep cliff closetonature Concordians deep blue sea Landscape Scenics,not justlandscapes! waterscape Spring afternoon rock formation rock erosion Cheverton Rock white waves Tasman Sea

N 109 B 4.0K C 208 E Nov 4, 2019 F Jan 4, 2020
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Kunany/Mount Wellington, colloquially called The Mountain, stands at 1271 metres (4170 feet). The summit is frequently covered by snow, even in summer. Like much of the mountainous island of Tasmania, this flat-topped peak was born in fire and heat around 174 million years ago. Jurassic dolerite, a relatively rare sub-volcanic rock, forms the predominant geology of the mountain. The dolerite boulders and tors can appear as orange-brown, rusty, gun metal grey, ocean blue and sometimes, after rain, gleaming bronze and gold. The 100 to 150 metres high dolerite flutes of the Organ Pipes is in the eastern side, just above the Pinnacle Track.

The radio and television transmitter towers on top of the mountain can be seen from practically most parts of Hobart. Just below the towers is the famous Organ Pipes highlighted warm dawn light.

Tags:   Kunany/Mount Wellington Tasmania Australia Geological feature National Geographic Travel blue sky dawn clouds closetonature Concordians Sidelit Landscape Organ Pipes Hobart Scenics,notjustlandscapes!

N 81 B 2.1K C 117 E Nov 2, 2019 F Nov 25, 2021
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The Organ Pipes are one of the most distinctive features on Mount Wellington (kunanyi) in Hobart, Tasmania. The dolerite rock that comprises the towering, columnar cliffs was formed during the Jurassic when Tasmania was in the process of separating from Antarctica during the final stages of the breakup of Gondwana. The cliffs are a favourite haunt of rock climbers. (Trail Hiking Australia)

It is one of the iconic climbing areas in Australia: the vertical dolerite columns are up to 120m in height. Climbing the Organ Pipes is a serious adventure!

This was taken on a drizzly Spring afternoon. Visibility was very low.

Tags:   The Organ Pipes Hobart Tasmania Australia Spring afternoon drizzle super wide angle lens HDR Oil painting filter Travel Geological feature geo tagged dolerite rock rock formation big boulders gum tree Mt Wellington low visibility landscape Scenics,notjustlandscapes! nature closetonature Concordians National Geographic kunanyi

N 125 B 3.3K C 216 E Nov 2, 2019 F Apr 16, 2020
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This image is included in a gallery "Sea" curated by stephen cole.

This is a view from Pinnacle Track, Mt Wellington. The weather was bad: cold and drizzly. Beyond the estuary of River Derwent, thick rain clouds and uncanny colours on the horizon made the scene interestingly gloomy.

Tags:   Pinnacle Track Mt Wellington Tasmania River Derwent Betsey Island South Arm Australia Spring afternoon CPL filter bad weather gum tree waterscape Landscape HDR Travel National Geographic Nature closetonature Concordians overcast gloomy weather in gallery Scenics,notjustlandscapes!


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