One of the most amazing all-natural destinations in Australia is, without doubt, Cradle Hill in Tasmania. For individuals that haven’t been previously, it often takes their breath away and as a wildlife and nature professional photographer, it’s absolutely one of my favourite places in Australia to take my camera. I have actually been to Cradle Mountain numerous times, either photographing, presenting photo trips or as a vacation location. The landscapes is stunning and fairly marvelous and also there is so much variety in the sorts of habitats to photograph.
The end of April/early May is a great time to go to Cradle Hill with your camera, as this is when the extraordinary autumn colour modifications happen. This is called the ‘The Turning of the Fagus’ (short for Nothofagus gunnii, the organic name for this deciduous Beech trees). This annual event lasts just a couple of weeks yearly as well as being Tasmania’s (as well as Australia’s) only deciduous tree, makes this event very special. The fall colour leaves modification and create spectacular surroundings that just needs to be photographed! Aside from the ‘Switching of the Fagus’, there are additionally lavish, eco-friendly forests loaded with King Billy and Pencil Pines, which are additionally really photogenic. Mosses, lichens and also liverworts are everywhere and also it’s additionally among the best areas to picture a variety of attractive fungi, found in every imaginable shape, dimension and also colour.
For the first time ever before, I am presenting a 5 day digital photography workshop at Cradle Mountain, in Tasmania, based around the time of the autumn colour modifications. My first ‘Cradle Hill Autum Colour Changes ‘photography workshop scheduled out in 5 days, with a second one straight after now just having 4 locations left! If you want to join me on the 5 day photography workshop of Cradle Mountain, or learn even more regarding this interesting photography workshop, please go here for full information.