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I recorded this weeks happenings on my film camera, read a really good book and savored the slow happiness that spending time in Tasmania brings....

As the leaves begin to settle and the frosts of winter move in here are a few photos taken during Autumns in Tasmania. For me and I am sure many others the months of March, April and May are particularly marvelous.....

The banks are regularly good here (or maybe I'm just lucky??) for Tasmanian standards and nine times out of ten I’ll emerge smiling from the green blue water...

The West coast is on a completely different level to the rest of our pretty little state.. With very minimal human interference, the place is scattered with so many variations of beautiful untouched and diverse landscapes....

For a lucky few, the points came to life Sunday evening.. and for the rest of us, we chased the leftovers Monday at surprisingly fun wedge!...

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  • Two years ago I made a rule to take a single film photo every time I went surfing. I gave myself this task because things had started to blur together. Perhaps I was just starting to lose my marbles but I found that aside from those standout sessions most moments from an everyday surf seemed to be getting lost amongst the hustle and bustle of day to day life....

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