This weekend I had the chance to drive south and visit the massive water body now known as Lake Pedder, the site of a lost battle for the conservation movement of Tasmania, I guess this visit was a type of battle field tourism.
The result of flooding these valleys has produced a stunning place to visit, but I can't help feeling sorrow and loss for the unique landscape feature that was the original Lake Pedder.
In a couple of weeks I'm going to participate in a contemporary conservation action, to highlight and share the special aspect sof another part of Tasmania, through the art and creativity of many people, during Tarkine in Motion hosted by The Bob Brown Foundation. http://www.bobbrown.org.au/tarkine_in_motion_updates
If you're interested in helping out with funding to support the artists and organisers who are producing this generations iconic images of Tasmania's remote and significant places follow this Link.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born