As you would most likely know, Carol had a great love of the Tasmanian wilderness. Over the years she spent many many hours in various areas of Tassie’s wilderness. Carol had a special love of the Tarkine forest region and she was passionate that it be retained as part of the wilderness heritage of Tasmania ~ Greg Hale
Further Reading: Tarkine Forest, Tasmania
As Greg indicated, Carol was quite passionate about the Tasmanian wilderness. Here’s more of her work from the archives featuring The Tarkine, Tasmanian forests and the Tassie wilderness.
Tasmanian Forests – A Window to the Soul
Tarkine Forest -Rugged, Significant & Diverse
Edge of the World – Walk on the Wild Side
Diverse Island – Tasmania Has It All Covered
Tasmanian Wilderness – World Heritage Area
As always, Carol’s photo of the month for July was selected and submitted to Think Tasmania by Greg Hale. We hope you enjoy this image, as does Greg.
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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