I’m the first to point out that I’m a total hack when it comes to photography. In the 3 or 4 years that I’ve been regularly hiking, I’ve been to some incredibly beautiful places. One would think that I’d have a million incredibly beautiful photos to show for it, but unfortunately this is not the case. However, I do think I’m getting better and what’s even more important to me is the fact that I still absolutely love getting out there and having a go.
I recently read a post over at Cradle Mountain & Tasmania Travel Guide, called 23 Amazing Black & White Images of Tasmania. Once the initial envy and shame wore off, I decided to have a hunt through my photo archives for the 10 best photos I’ve taken on my hiking adventures. Unfortunately, I couldn’t include any that have been published in Great Walks magazine (probably some of the best), but I think I still came up with a decent bunch of photos. Decent for a hack photographer, anyway.
So here they are, in no particular order…
The track to Mount Wills – Alpine National Park – Victoria
Flowers at Falcon's Lookout – Werribee Gorge State Park – Victoria
Descending Eskdale Spur – Mount Bogong – Alpine National Park – Victoria
Waratah Bay – Cape Liptrap Coastal Park – Victoria
Mount Bogong from across the Kiewa Valley – Alpine National Park – Victoria
Razorback Ridge – Cathedral Range State Park – Victoria
Four Brothers Rocks – Bunyip State Park – Victoria
Looking over Coller Bay from Estate Spur – Lake Eildon National Park – Victoria
Do you have any photography tips for me? Do you have some of your own photos to share? Let me know by commenting below.