Over Easter I was accepted to be part of the Tarkine in Motion 2018 environmental arts project organised by the Bob Brown Foundation. We spent four days driving around, camping in the forest, taking a river boat ride and hiking along the west coast of Tasmania. It was the perfect opportunity to take some new landscape photographs and explore a part of the state I had never visited. The campaign is in its fourth year and attracts over a hundred artists who use the creative power of art to alert the world to the plight of a threatened wilderness.
The wild west coat of Tasmania in the Tarine region, a short walk north of the Pieman River.
Temperate old growth rainforest around the Tarkine Wilderness Lodge.