Dan Fellow may be busy organising his new life of retirement, but he’s still keen to share his work with Think Tasmania. Bless him! He sent us loads of images that celebrate autumn in Tasmania, and we’ve chosen just a few of them for this article. You can of course check out more of Dan’s work via social media, where he’s always updating his latest and greatest snaps.
Autumn in Tasmania: Time of Change
photos by Dan Fellow
Today was the last day for our volunteer Dan Fellow at the Northern Midlands Visitor Centre at Longford. For over 10 years Dan has been on duty two days a week, telling visitors about the wonderful things to do and see in our region. Dan is a respected tourism photographer and has travelled extensively around Tasmania. You can see his work at www.tasmaniaphotos.com and why not check out his new page Aussie Wanderer, where Dan will share his images as he travels around Australia, his new adventure!
We still have several more articles planned to showcase Dan’s photography. It seemed timely though, to publish this collection now. Autumn in Tasmania is consistently chosen as a favourite time to visit the state, and locals all seem to enjoy the colours of the season.
If you like autumn in Tasmania too, you may like to check out these articles from the archives…
- Autumn Photos: Colours of the Season
- Autumn in Tasmania : an Awesome Time
- Kaydale Lodge: Four Seasons in One… Garden!
- Fagus Weekend, Mt Field National Park
- Tynwald Park: Walking in New Norfolk
Travel with Dan Fellow: Tasmania and Beyond
Dan Fellow has been a professional tourism photographer here in Tasmania for the last 15 years. He’s taken great pride in promoting his home state and sharing its beauty, wonders, history and many attractions with Think Tasmania readers. Now it’s time for Dan to retire. He will remain based in Tasmania, but also plans to expand his repertoire to include images from the rest of Australia and maybe beyond.
To continue enjoying Dan’s photos, join with him on his journeys as he explores the rest of this fabulous country. His most recent Facebook page is called Aussie Wanderer. There you’ll find images and details of places Dan has visited on the mainland as well as any new images of beautiful Tassie!
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