So to get us started again, I'm going to start with my adventure to Freycinet National Park, Tasmania. This is bit of long one. I can't help it.
Below, I'm just getting started --- about halfway up Mt. Amos. Already amazed.
Below is a panorama from the top of Mt.
Amos that includes Wineglass Bay/Beach, the "ithsmus" and Hazards Beach. Later in the day I'm on both beaches and I cross the Isthmus. It was pretty amazing up there.
Selfie and the hazards signs. I have a weird weakness for these. I just think they are funny, see the guy slipping. The best part is that they are NOT KIDDING! This route should not be done in the wet. But it was a dry, sunny skies day for me (at least until I was off Mt. Amos).
I finally got a photo of a Bennet's Wallaby in the wild. I see these guys nearly every day here. Almost like deer at home. But they are super shy (not like deer at home) and I have been finding it hard to get photos in the wild, but today I did it! These gums leave a really desolate landscape, loads of room for the wallabies to hang out.
Left, a water bird. Anyone know which one? Right, a view of Wineglass Bay and the hazards from Cape Tourville.
And the last one on the right is the view to the north of Hazard's beach.