Carol loved to photograph sunsets; here is a beautiful version showing a Leven River sunset at its finest ~ Greg Hale
Further Reading: Leven River Sunset
Carol certainly did love to capture sunsets with her camera; maybe even as much as she loved a good waterfall. When we received Greg’s selection of a Leven River sunset for the photo of the month, we were immediately reminded of one of our all-time favourite shots, taken by Carol at the Wynyard Wharf at sunset, showing the Inglis River. We featured that one (below) in the purple collection if you’d like to see more.
Ulverstone is actually one of our favourite places in Tasmania (although it’s so hard to choose a short list). We stayed right on the Leven River once, a long time ago, and we were smitten by the region from the very get-go. You can read that ancient article about accommodation in Ulverstone too if you like.
Before Greg Hale stepped in to co-ordinate the photo of the month series by Carol Haberle, we chose a few random image collections to share with Think Tasmania readers. One of those selections featured rivers in Tasmania. Feel free to check out that grouping also, starting with another image of the Leven River (below).
Michelle Kneipp Pegler was once a feature writer with Think Tasmania, before she started her own business: Uncover Tasmania Guided Tours. Michelle took a tour with Leven River Cruises, and shared her photos from the experience with readers.
Finally, here’s a shot from Dan Fellow, (now retired) tourism photographer extraordinaire, showing Pedro’s Seafood Restaurant. The restaurant’s prime position on the Leven River in Ulverstone, coupled with a memorable dining experience, is one of the reasons we like the north west coast as much as we do.
The photo of the month for September 2015 (taken by Carol Haberle) was selected and submitted to Think Tasmania by Greg Hale, as always. We hope you’ve enjoyed reminiscing with us.
Greg Hale is curating this series for Think Tasmania, featuring a monthly photo taken by Carol Haberle. Greg was a colleague, photography mentor and friend of Carol’s and we’re honoured to continue sharing her great work with readers.
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