So somehow the words I wrote for yesterdays post disappeared, I can't remember everything I said but the main theme was exploring a new landscape and finding that the scale of the topography was much different. The tracks that have been made through the land here in recent times, have been worn by vehicles not human feet. The over all dimensions of this reserve are much greater, even just in the norther area that I'm attempting to explore. While there are still rugged unrelenting geologic formations (of similar age and style), the is more sand and the surfaces are more subdued- not as high or as steep.
Today was more exploring and a chance to learn about the cultural heritage of the area from the people who care for it; Pakana Rangers Jarrod and Vic.
Kelly Slater is an emerging artist, building an arts practice in photography in Northwest Tasmania.