We’ve had a welcome break for a week, and visited friends in Tasmania. We did some touring of the national parks around Cradle Mountain, and made our way to Liffey Falls, where we went for a hike through the rain forest. It’s a beautiful place, with lots of shade beneath the trees, and the ground is easy going.
The Liffey Falls themselves are a series of falls, and the track takes you down them, with great lookouts along the way. At the bottom the trees overhang the edges, creating patterns of light that dance on the water.
I took this with my Fuji Film X-E1 and 14mm lens, along with a B+W 10 stop filter, on a tripod, to get the long exposure. The light weight of the Fuji Film gear, along with a carbon fibre tripod makes a big difference in the “carryability” of my setup – especially welcome on the upward climb!
5 thoughts on “Liffey Falls, Tasmania”
A very majestic shot. Let me guess, Sirui brand tripod? 🙂
It’s a Benro (I think they are similar). A big plus is it’ll fold up small enough to fit in hand luggage.
Tassie is awesome though I must say I haven’t been to Liffey Falls. Looks amazing.