Recently a friend and I travelled to parts of one of Tasmania’s very special natural environments, the Tarkine. Our experiences were wonderfully thrilling and inspired me to create this blog, Touching the Tarkine.
Over the coming months new blog postings will record the travels of my friend and I through the extraordinary southern Tarkine environment. I have included a selection of photos below to sharpen your interest in reading more.
Reflections on Lake Rosebery in the early morning hours
The waterfall in the middle of the town of Waratah
Savage River from the bridge on Norfolk Road/Western Explorer Road
On the hills of Mt Donaldson
On the Huon Pine Walk
Travelling down the Pieman River
If you want to see more, then I recommend you become a follower of this blog. On the right hand menu of the blog (www.touchingthetarkine.wordpress.com) HOME page, find the Follow by email option – add in your email address (and no-one but me sees it) and then automatically every time I write a post it will pop into your email inbox without you having to remember to check. DO THAT TODAY SO YOU DON’T FORGET! Don’t miss out on all the stories and the photographs.