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365 Project | May 2018

A collection of 31 photos for the month of May taken in and around Kooparoona Niara / Great Western Tiers by Jade Hallam, Deloraine photographer. Cold days….

 
It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it.
— John Burroughs
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45/365 | kooparoona niara morning

45/365 | kooparoona niara morning

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42/365 | Precious words written about the Tarkine rainforest and stuck on Guy Barnett’s window

42/365 | Precious words written about the Tarkine rainforest and stuck on Guy Barnett’s window

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38/365 | The friendly canine of 41 Degrees South Salmon Farm

38/365 | The friendly canine of 41 Degrees South Salmon Farm

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The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area consists of part of a chain of six national parks and a number of reserves and conservation areas and covers coast, islands, rivers, peaks, valleys and button grass plains of almost indescribable beauty and remoteness.

It’s also the world’s largest tract of temperate rainforest set aside from ‘modern life’, where an escape from all forms of communication is possible within a few kilometres of your embarkation point. The Great Western Tiers forms part of the TWWHA.
— Discover Tasmania
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31/365 | Wedgies above

31/365 | Wedgies above