Here is Carol’s photo of the month for February. Every time I log-on to Think Tasmania I see that beautiful photo of the red tulips at Table Cape. Your readers might like to see this photo from a slightly different perspective. Carol was a very good photographer; she was never content to just take one photo of a landscape. On many occasions Carol would take up to a dozen images so that when she got back home she was able to select the best ~ Greg Hale

Red Tulips - Table Cape, Tasmania
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Red tulips, Table Cape: Tasmania’s north west coast

Table Cape Lighthouse and Stunning Red Tulips

As Greg mentioned, there’s a different but equally stunning photo featuring the field of red tulips (taken by Carol) on Think Tasmania’s home page. There’s also another shot from Table Cape Tulips and Lighthouse in the comprehensive article Carol wrote about Table Cape, published back in December 2012. There’s plenty of information therein about the heritage of the north-west-coast region, the Table Cape Lighthouse and the Wynyard Tulip Festival.

Spring - Tasmanian Red Tulips
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Tulips on Table Cape in bloom

We’re so pleased to publish this photo now, in February. There’s always loads of images floating around social media during the Tasmanian tulip season (September-October). But we love to do things a little out of the ordinary… so February it is!

Table Cape - Tulips
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Spectacular spring tulip displays: Table Cape

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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