On this first day of 2020 we have decided to upload another shot from what was probably our favourite photographic destination from 2019. Mount Paris Dam in Tasmania‘s North East. On our last day of exploring the great state we luckily discovered this sensational spot featuring an old dam wall built in the 1930’s. There was no one else around when we visited as it is a little of the main tourist spots of the Bay of Fires. We spent quite a bit of time exploring the wall the river and bushland, but were most in awe of the dramatic difference between the old hard concrete and nature itself. It’s almost like an armageddon moment from a video game. We highly recommend photographers visit this spot should you be touring Tassie. It certainly is one terrific “Hidden Treasure”. You can see our other shot from “Mount Paris Dam” here. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken at Mount Paris Dam, Branxholm, Tasmania, Australia.
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Whilst the name of the shot will appear in the final print, the watermark/logo will not.