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Halls Falls
Tasmania

Tasmania is a wonderful place for landscape photography and like Iceland, there is such diversity within the island that you won't have to travel too far to shoot lush temperate rainforests, to windswept dunes, the craggy coast lines. This waterfall is located in the North East of Tasmania in the Blue Tier region. A relatively isolated location with a short dirt road drive off the main highway and a 1km walk to the base of the falls.

I am hoping that by later this year, this may be one of the images chosen for publication in a book hosted by Ian Wallace. More news on that later.

In other news, this is a video link for our baby girl Charlotte :)
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Image size
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IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed
8/1 second
Aperture
F/16.0
Focal Length
17 mm
ISO Speed
50
Date Taken
Apr 29, 2011, 2:07:14 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
Sensor Size
5mm
Comments74
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RobertOlin's avatar
RobertOlinStudent General Artist
I love the blurred, slow shutter speed. It shows the water's movement so nicely!
John-Peter's avatar
John-PeterHobbyist Photographer
Where i can see more of your works from Tasmania? It looks such a great place.
I love the colors and details here. Beautiful view :)
Dee-T's avatar
Sorry about the late reply : you can try this gallery everlook.smugmug.com/Australia…
RuntOfTheLitter's avatar
Marvelous talent/gallery! (wish the images were a bit larger - OLD eyes).

My BEST to you and yours. ROTL
JoseMelim's avatar
JoseMelimHobbyist Photographer
Great perspective, great colors, great photowork!
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janinesmith54Hobbyist Digital Artist
Beautiful photo. I guess I must be lucky because I live in Tassie and can enjoy beautiful scenery like this.
augenweide's avatar
augenweideHobbyist Photographer
your beautiful work is featured in my new journal...[link]
BrightStar2's avatar
Stunning work and place.....always live Tasmaia beautiful scenery there....
LawrenceCreation's avatar
LawrenceCreationHobbyist Photographer
Simply breath taking! love the photo!



If you already have just ignore this but If you get a chance Please go vote for my "walk alone..." photo [link] Its the black and white photo of the man walking. Thank you!
AllenFrey's avatar
Beautiful.
Very beautiful.
It looks so unreal and that is so amazing ♥

(sry for my english. I'm not soooo got at it)
gnohz's avatar
gnohzProfessional Photographer
Beautiful composition Dylan! :)
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A-Rashed Photographer
Great work
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Taorluath22Hobbyist Photographer
Simply stunning, I love it :)
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saguaropicturesProfessional Photographer
Awesome perspective and beautiful colors!
Tanager's avatar
TanagerHobbyist Photographer
Stunning composition and the color, wow! You musta been standing in that stream. Awesome.
hozguler's avatar
hozgulerHobbyist Photographer
Beautiful colors and well chosen spot for such a shot.
I loved the depth, thanks for sharing,
Hakan
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DesmodeusHobbyist Traditional Artist
There's something very... 'artificial' (not quite the word I'm after) looking about the texture, as though it's been painted. I'm guessing a long exposure time like the last image I favourited here? :P
Dee-T's avatar
exposure time is there for you to see as well as other EXIF data - 8 seconds for this one (ND and GND used)
Desmodeus's avatar
DesmodeusHobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh yes, I didn't see that. Thanks for the response.
stoicjony's avatar
This can't be real!
What amazing place and awesome shot!
I love that beautiful green of the moss.
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Wunderling Photographer
amazing
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Dryad-8Hobbyist General Artist
Love this ! Rocks and water, textured and smooth, just a great balance.

Since I'm just across Bass Strait in Vic, why the hell haven't I visited Tassie yet? :)
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