“One of my passions is capturing sunrise and sunset photos. Tasmania has some great ones too! I have compiled some of my best images for one of your famous articles. Just something a bit different for the website.” So says Dan Fellow, one of our long-time dedicated contributors and a like-minded avid promoter of all things Tasmanian.
Sunrise and Sunset Photos. Please Enjoy!
“Expect stunning scenery in every direction. Whether you choose to walk the countless pristine coastline tracks, across mountains of wilderness sprinkled liberally with dense rain forests, or through the breathtaking patchwork of rural countryside, you’ll be assured of a kaleidoscope of riotous color.”
That’s a quote from National Geographic Traveler magazine (Washington DC), and they’re referring to Tasmania. The kaleidoscope of riotous colour is definitely portrayed in these sunrise and sunset photos. There’s also coastlines, mountainous wilderness and rain forests thrown in for good measure.
We’re so lucky to be able to view and appreciate these stunning images. Should you wish to make a purchase, we’ve included the title in each photo’s caption for identification purposes. Just contact Dan Fellow (see details below) for more information about prices, sizes and print options.
No doubt you’ll notice these images have been taken in a range of locations around Tasmania. While Dan is a professional tourism photographer by trade, even for us mere amateurs there’s a myriad of choice when it comes to capturing sunrise and sunset photos in this state.
Do you have a favourite? By all means share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below. And please do share the collection of photos with your friends, family and work-mates. They’ll be so glad you did.
Collection of Sunrise and Sunset Photos
To see more work by Dan Fellow follow Tasmania Photos on Facebook. You can also purchase Desktop Tasmania, a multimedia CD with a stunning collection of Tasmanian photos. You can contact Dan Fellow by email or phone 0417 776 566.
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