We’ve been sharing lots of photos via social media lately, many of them featuring snow. And wombats. But mainly snow. Winter in Tasmania is just so beautiful; we always love this time of year. It makes for such magical scenery, with the landscape covered in a layer of white icing. That said, we did promise our readers more rainbow photos, and we don’t want to disappoint all the fans of this very popular series.
A huge thank-you to all who’ve contributed rainbow photos this time around. We value and appreciate your participation in Think Tasmania’s wonderful community of supporters.
As we said last time we published a collection of rainbow photos, we encourage readers to submit their fabulous images to share with everyone. Just email Think Tasmania with the image along with details of the image’s location and the photographer for credit, and we’ll make it happen. It may not happen overnight (because these things do take time to organise) but it will happen!
Rainbow Photos from Fans of Tasmania
As a developer of smart phone apps, it stands to reason that Gavin Horne always has his mobile phone camera at the ready. He’s snapped some interesting images for Think Tasmania over the journey, and has a good eye for detail.
Donna Griggs is inspired by her surroundings to create beautiful hand-made items for Seaside Expressions Jewellery. And what great inspiration is Tasmania, when you can capture rainbow photos from your home like this one taken in Dodges Ferry.
Michelle Kneipp Pegler is handy with a camera, there’s no doubt about that. Her Facebook page is filled with wonderful images. Follow Uncover Tasmania Guided Tours to discover delightful places to enjoy and experience in Tassie. Michelle’s contribution to our rainbow photos shows off Gunns Plains in a particularly good light.
Karin Adams noticed a full rainbow that was so big, she needed two photos to capture it all. The images were expertly joined for Karin by UTAS photography PHD Julien Scheffer. The rainbow photos were taken at 8:00am from Karin’s farmhouse at Allens Rivulet.
Experienced Tasmanian tour guide, Howard Smith captured a double rainbow in a single photo. The image was taken at Lower Wilmot, just one of many regions in Tasmania to be explored with Cradle Coast Tours. Howard also shares many of his adventures via Facebook and welcomes new followers.
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