This week I revisited one of my pine plantation photo locations I used repeatedly for the Unplaced series I completed last year. This planation plot has recently been harvested, so it was interesting to see that a couple of old remnant eucalypt stumps still remain within the chaos. Without these stumps as a reference I would not have been able to orientate myself in the place.
Badgers Range in Northwest Tasmania, it divides the Kentish municipality in two. This group of bushwalking, caving, exploring women traversed the length of the range courtesy of a track making team of volunteers from @Kentishwalks. Spectacular winter day with view across the north and west of the state.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born