Cradle Mountain Tasmania

I guess it has been a couple of weeks since my last post. I had been saying to myself I would post a few more landscapes from Tasmania earlier than I have, but looking through the files I find the choosing of what images to stitch and then set about on post production a time consuming thing. Always looking to produce the very best I can without compromise. So I maybe posting somewhat less these days but I hope the quality is a little better than in the past.

This next image was taken one morning after hiking a short distance on frozen ice slipping and sliding all over the place, my brother and I would of looked like a couple of very amateur ice skaters doing out best not to fall flat on our asses … Lucking for us at this time of the morning in pitch black there was no one around. Just a few wombats here and there …

I tried to stay away from the locations I have seen other photographs at Cradle Mountain and came away with something quite unique in location and feel …

Thanks again to all those that visit my blog from time to time and check out my work and comment. I very much appreciate it. I am currently running a Facebook Page at the prompting on a mate in far away Canada … We are now a little over 400 likes and growing. I am also a little more active these days on the Facebook Page so if you have a profile on Facebook check out my Page on Facebook and drop us a line, would love to hear from old and new folks … Invite a few friends as well … When I reach 500 likes I am giving away a print, details listed on the notes section of the page


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18 Responses to Cradle Mountain Tasmania

  1. Tony Middleton says:

    Stunning image,light and impeccable processing Neal !

  2. Very nice, Neal. Good light.

  3. True North Mark says:

    A yep from me as well mate…well done.

  4. islandimages says:

    Great image Neal, make mine look positively ordinary! One day i will get that great atmospheric shot of the mountain.
    This was shot in the arvo judging by the shadows, right?
    Nicely done!

    • Thanks Tim … I think you maybe right, I spent all day hiking round and taking images so i think your right … I as lucky with the conditions, almost the same conditions I had during a shoot at El Capitan in Yosemite last year

  5. thomasparkes says:

    Nice one Neal,
    Good to add the warming feel as it looks blooding cold.

  6. A stunning mountainscape in trademark Neal processing style, looks very striking as always mate. Also looks like it was bloody cold 🙂

  7. that’s the stuff I love seeing from ya Neal.
    great shot!! 🙂 and fantastic work not getting the “norm” from this magnificent location!

  8. Neal, you have to stop this..every time I see your new images you make me want to travel to another place..You will cost me a lot of money my friend. 🙂 Beautiful as always

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