Photos Tasmania

Eucalyptus tree. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Eucalyptus tree. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Photos of Tasmania, Australia, by Bryan Clode and David Clode. Also, a few photos taken in New South Wales and Victoria. For more about the photographer Bryan Clode, go to “Photos Australian Outback 1”. Thanks Bryan for sharing your photos for other people to enjoy.

You are welcome to use Bryan’s photos for your enjoyment and to share with friends, but not for commercial use without Bryan’s permission (same for my photos).

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“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.”

Ansell Adams.

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Tasmanian seascape. Photo by Bryan Clode.

Tasmanian seascape, Bay of Fires. Photo by Bryan Clode.

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Tasmanian seascape (St Helens). photo: Bryan Clode.

Tasmanian seascape (St Helens). Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Tasmanian seascape. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Tasmanian seascape. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Seascape tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Seascape Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Pelican seascape, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Seascape with pelicans, Georges bay, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Calm after the storm. Georges Bay, Tasmania. Photo: Laya Clode (my sister).

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Dawn boat scene, Tasmania. photo: Bryan Clode.

Dawn boat scene, Georges Bay, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Jetty, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan clode.

Jetty, Georges Bay, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Jetty, St Helens, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Jetty, Georges Bay, St Helens, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Eucalyptus tree, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Eucalyptus tree, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Photo: Bryan clode.

St Helens Tasmania. Photo: Bryan clode.

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Photo: Bryan Clode.

Seascape Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Photo: Bryan Clode.

Tasmanian seascape photo, with pelicans. Georges Bay, St Helens. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Rugged Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Rugged Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Rugged Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Rugged Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Rugged Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Rugged Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Eucalyptus tree, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Eucalyptus tree, Tasmania. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Detail, Eucalyptus bark. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Detail, Eucalyptus bark. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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Photo: Bryan Clode.

Photo: Bryan Clode.

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New South Wales:

Trangie News South Wales. Photo: Bryan Clode

Trangie New South Wales. Photo: Bryan Clode

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Victoria:

Photo: Bryan Clode.

Photo: Bryan Clode.

Man from Snowy river country.

Victorian idyll. Photo: Bryan Clode.

Victorian idyll. Photo: Bryan Clode.

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I hope you have enjoyed Bryan’s brilliant photos.

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Photos of the Bay of Fires area in Tasmania by David Clode:

One of many beaches in the Bay of Fires area. Photo: David Clode.

One of many beaches in the Bay of Fires area. Photo: David Clode.

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Burns Beach, bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Burns Beach, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

The photo above is manipulated, and probably overdone, but hey, I was having fun. Some of the photos below have not been manipulated, except for slight cropping, to give you an idea of what can be done with a basic pocket camera and no photoshopping, in this sensationally photogenic area.

This photo was taken at Burns Beach, walking back from the slipway towards Steiglitz. Orange and blue are complementary colours on the colour wheel, plus warm colours tend to visually pop forward and cool colours appear to recede, which all helps to make beautiful scenery, and rewarding photography and painting.

Burns Beach, unmanipulated. Photo: David Clode.

Burns Beach, unmanipulated. Photo: David Clode.

Straight out of the camera. Yes, its that good! (handheld pocket Canon SX 710 HS).

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Burns Beach, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Burns Beach, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Burns beach, unmanipulated. Photo: David Clode.

Burns beach, unmanipulated. Photo: David Clode.

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Binalong Bay. Photo: David Clode.

Binalong Bay. Photo: David Clode.

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Binalong Bay, unmanipulated. Photo: David Clode.

Binalong Bay, unmanipulated. Photo: David Clode.

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Peron Dunes. Photo: David Clode.

Peron Dunes, near Steiglitz Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Peron Dunes. Photo: David Clode.

Peron Dunes. Photo: David Clode.

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Peron Dunes. Photo: David Clode.

Peron Dunes. Photo: David Clode.

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"Old Man of the Sea". Georges Bay, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

“Old Man of the Sea”. Georges Bay, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Lichen covered boulders, Binalong Bay, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Lichen covered boulders, Binalong Bay, Tasmania. The bird is a Silver Gull. Photo: David Clode.

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Binalong Bay boulders. Photo: David Clode.

Binalong Bay boulders. Photo: David Clode.

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Binalong bay. Photo by David Clode.

Binalong bay. Photo by David Clode.

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Binalong Bay, photo David Clode.

Binalong Bay, photo David Clode.

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The Gardens area, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

The Gardens area, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Unusually wils seas, The Gardens area, Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

Unusually wild seas, The Gardens area, Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

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Rock pool, "The Gardens" area, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Rock pool, “The Gardens” area, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Georges Bay, St Helens. Photo: David Clode.

Georges Bay, St Helens. Photo: David Clode.

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Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

Wave, Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

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Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

Wave, Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

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Stormy weather, Beerbarrel beach, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Stormy weather, Beerbarrel beach, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

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Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

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Waves, Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

Waves, Bay of Fires. Photo: David Clode.

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Wave, bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Wave, Bay of Fires, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Binalong bay. Photo: David Clode.

Lone Eucalypt, Binalong Bay. Photo: David Clode. (viewing platform cloned out).

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Lichens grwoing on granite boulders, Binalong Bay, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Lichens growing on granite boulders, Binalong Bay, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

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Peron Dunes, near Steiglitz, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Peron Dunes, near Steiglitz, Tasmania. Photo: David Clode.

Acknowledgements

The photos of Tasmanian seascapes by David Clode could not have been taken without the help of Gordon May, Sian Butler, and Laya Clode. Thank you.

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4 Responses to Photos Tasmania

  1. Laya Ross says:

    Clearly there is no limit to the inspired genius of the Clode brothers!

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  2. Dear Laya – Damn but he’s good! (Bryan). Are you an excellent photographer yourself perhaps? Takes one to know one. Maybe you have a camera sitting in a biscuit tin somewhere collecting dust? If you send me some photos that suit my web sites, I could find a place for them. Best wishes, David.

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  3. Laya Ross says:

    Sensational new photos! There are too many comments to put them all down here, but just for starters …
    I can almost see the clouds tumbling across the sky … ‘Waves, Bay of Fires’ looks like an oil painting – how did you do that? Usually artists try to make their paintings look like photographs! …
    You’ve captured rocks that mirror the waves (‘Stormy Weather, Beerbarrel Beach’) … And those pristine sand dunes – I can hear the squeaky footsteps of a lone beach walker.
    Seeing the contrasts between the enhanced and original pics was interesting, too. So inspiring!
    Now, where’s that biscuit tin?

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  4. Thanks Laya,
    Go find that camera… and get out there and have some fun!

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