#LonelyPlanet writer and photographer, @bainonbike, has been exploring #Tasmania in #Australia . This shot is of the Eddystone Point Lighthouse in the Bay of Fires where the rocks are even brighter than the light. #travel
☁️ "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
— Albert Einstein
Today on TLP - Pumphpuse Point by @cumulus_studio 💭
An adaptive reuse project encapsulating rugged simplicity and unrefined comfort. Read the full project overview in our profile 👆🏽
Words by @eohunt 🖊
Project photo gallery by @adam.gibson.photo, Stuart Gibson & @sharyncairns 📷
Located in Tasmania, Australia 🇦🇺
Focused on getting healed up right now, hopefully back on the bike soon getting after it, injuries suck but sometimes a bit of time off brings a new motivation! 📸 @svenmartinphoto 🤘🏼🤘🏼 @gtbicycles @ride100percent @bellbikehelmets @shimanomtb @schwalbetires @fox #ridefox @extremeofficial @sombriocartel @raceface604 @crankbrothers @rideshimano @alpinestars @stansnotubes @dewalttough #tassie#tasmania#derby#mtb#enduro#enduroworldseries#gtbicycles
Architecture practice @core_collective completed a house in Tasmania featuring a robust material palette of concrete, steel, masonry and timber that complements its rural seaside setting. Find out more on dezeen.com/architecture #architecture#concrete#Tasmania Photograph by @adam.gibson.photo
Wondering where to spend the perfect summer day in @tasmania? Look no further, we've found it for you.
Idyllic Boat Harbour with its white sands and clear water is one of the most picture perfect beaches in @Australia. The holiday village, located on the side of a gentle hill, tumbles down to a pure white beach with rocky headlands on either side. You'll find it about 15 kilometres from Wynyard on #TasmaniasNorthWest . Thanks to @tom.ella.moments for stopping by on their journey around Tas.
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It’s one of Tassie’s most photographed natural locations, and it’s easy to see why with @tom.ella.moments' image of The Neck at Bruny Island. In the distance is South Bruny Island; behind you is North Bruny Island. The Neck is the narrow strip of land that connects the two, and is home to Truganini Lookout – a vantage point at the top of 238 steps that offers 360-degree views across Adventure Bay, Bruny Island and the D’Entrecasteaux Channel: the body of water that separates Bruny Island from the Tassie mainland. The Neck is also an important habitat for Bruny’s native wildlife including Short-tailed shearwaters and Little penguins. The viewing platforms make for some memorable scenes. Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania , Tom and Ella. #nature#lenscaptureofficial#canon#travel#moodygrams#nikon#picoftheday#mypixeldiary#indiapictures#landscape#portrait#instagram#instagood#like4like#tasmania#agameoftones