An old favourite of mine captured in April 2008 of a small stream inland from St Helens at St Columbia Falls. As this was taken a few years ago, it was shot with my previous setup of a Canon 350D, Canon 10-22 and a tripod. I didn’t get many keepers that day as the sun was patchy and my kit lacked a circular polariser. But fortunately I caught a moment where the sun was diffused and created a nice evenly lit scene.
I’m often asked by photographers on where is best to photograph in Tasmania. This is a small list of photographic locations that I’d recommend checking out while in Tasmania. I’m aware that there is many locations missing from this list but that’s because I’m yet to photograph them so will update the list accordingly. Also most of these locations should suit most people as they’re quite accessible and usually only a small walk. There’s also much to do off the beaten track in Tasmania which I will hopefully get to one day. If you have any questions be sure to drop an email and I’d be happy to help.
A long exposure of a quiet stream which runs off St Columbia Falls, Tasmania. This is located on the east coast of Tasmania and is roughly 30 minutes out from St Helens which is a great little town to visit. It’s interesting how different each town is in terms of facilities available. I really like St Helens because it has a few restaraunts, Banjos for pastry and a large supermarket. If staying in St Helens, Queechy Cottages is ok if on a budget, nothing exciting.