Here is one of Carol’s beautiful sunset photographs. This Mersey River sunset was captured at 4:30pm on 20 June, 2010. I hope your viewers enjoy this beautiful photo ~ Greg Hale

Sunset Photographs - Tasmania
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Sunset photographs: Mersey River, Tasmania

Tasmania Rocks Sunset Photographs

Think Tasmania has previously featured images showcasing sunset photographs as chosen by Greg for the Carol Haberle Photo of the Month series. For this version of additional reading, we’ve chosen five of the best images and articles for your personal enjoyment. Click each link below for more information.

Cam River: Sunset over Somerset

Sunset Photographs - Cam River, Somerset Tasmania
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Lone Fisherman: Cam River, Somerset Tasmania

Forth River: Sunset Photography

Sunset Photographs - Forth River, Tasmania
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Forth River, Tasmania: Sunset Photographs

Fisherman at Sunset: Photo of the Month

Sunset Photographs - Fisherman by Carol Haberle
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Fisherman at Sunset in Tasmania

Leven River Sunset by Carol Haberle

Sunset Photographs - Leven River, Tasmania
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Leven River, Tasmania: Sunset Photographs

Pelicans at Sunset by Carol Haberle

Sunset Photographs - Pelicans in Tasmania
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Pelicans at sunset, West Inlet

Besides sunset photographs, Carol enjoyed capturing images with water and fishing, especially from the north west coast region of Tasmania. We continue to appreciate her photography work, and hope Think Tasmania readers do too. Cheers!

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 delighted to continue sharing her great work with her fans.

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