A more abstract view of Australia's oldest bridge in Richmond, Tasmania, constructed in 1823.
The strong light bouncing off the water below helped to illuminate the finer details of the beautiful structure.
One of Tasmania's most picturesque stretches of coastline, with azure waters framed by red rocks and white sand.
Located in the Port Arthur Historic Site and home to the famous ghost tours, this convict-built structure constructed in 1836-37 and destroyed by fire in 1884 takes on a haunting appearance as night falls.
One of the most beautiful and iconic places in Australia. Dove Lake in the heart of Tasmania's Cradle Mountain at sunset.
A warm sunset at the Highfield Historic Site (est. 1832) in the town of Stanley, Tasmania.
In the middle of a cold winter this waterfall in Tasmania's Cradle Mountain looked like a blanket of ice.
Tasmania's Richmond Bridge, constructed by convicts in 1823, is Australia's oldest bridge still in use.
In the distance is St. John's Catholic Church, built in 1837 and is the oldest Catholic church still in use in Australia.
Constructed in 1836 from sandstone by convicts, Tasmania's Ross Bridge is the third oldest Australian bridge still in use.
I captured this image on June 12, 2011 late in the afternoon in Stanley next to the Highfield ruins, overlooking The Nut. Plumes of volcanic ash circling the globe from Chile hovered over Tasmania that day creating an extremely vivid sunset.
This quiet stream in Mount Field National Park succinctly sums up Tasmania for me — pure. As a photographer Tasmania provides so many opportunities and unlike many places overrun with tourists, you can explore at a relaxed pace.