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New Release – Dixon’s Kingdom

Dixon's Kingdom

The remote Walls of Jerusalem National Park is located within Tasmania’s Central Plateau and forms part of Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area. It’s an absolutely spectacular landscape and like nothing we’ve ever seen before! The plateau is covered with thousands of lakes and tarns, gorged out by melting ice during recent glaciation. Hiking through the U-shaped glacial valleys, huge dolerite peaks and “walls” dominate the landscape. Within the valleys lie stands of ancient pencil pine forest, unique alpine vegetation and crystal clear bubbling creeks.

After hiking the good part of a day we arrived at Dixon’s Kingdom, an early 1900’s cattleman’s hut. We camped the night and upon waking couldn’t believe our luck; An ethereal veil of fog lie in the valley. Framed between two ancient pencil pines, the hut draped in fog, we clicked the camera’s shutter and just stood in awe of this magical wilderness…

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Simplicity is Bliss – “Solitude”

T018F wisdom
In the rat race of modern life, it’s common to feel overwhelmed. There’s deadlines to meet, things to buy, people to see and places to be. But you do have a choice. A blissful life begins with simplification. Identify what’s truly important to you, and eliminate the rest. Cull your commitments and belongings, limit your buying habits and spend more time with the people you love, doing the things you enjoy. Become the minimalist. Less truly is more.

“Solitude” is an image of simple beauty, and a reminder that sometimes we need to escape the complexities of life, and take a moment to regain our inner peace.

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New Release – The Mighty Murray

The Mighty Murray

At 2375km, the mighty Murray is Australia’s longest river. It rises in the Australian Alps and for most of it’s length forms the Victorian and New South Wales border, ending it’s journey at Lake Alexandrina in South Australia.

The Majority of the existing River Red Gums along the Murray today are relatively young trees, as the older trees were felled for their timber during the paddle steamer days. To find a grand old gum with such character was a real blessing.

As the moon ends a nights journey it’s framed perfectly by a branch of the old gum. We can’t believe our luck at capturing such a breathtaking scene.

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Symbol Of Resilience – “Tree of Ice”

Tree of IceToo often we settle for comfort in our lives, the state of ease and satisfaction. Yet we are left wanting. If we are to see our wildest dreams become our reality, we must let go. Staying within our comfort zone is to stagnate and plateau. We must take a leap of faith and step outside our comfort zones to progress and grow. Try new things, be courageous and face your fears. Only then we discover how far we can really go.

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To us, the “Tree of Ice” is a symbol of resilience; thriving in uncomfortable conditions. It’s simply incredible to think a Snowgum could withstand such an extreme environment since the mid 16th century!

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