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loved2030 February 24, 2017
Stunning, loving the coolers
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livioferrari March 29, 2017
Congratulations! Great composition and beautiful colors!
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medlabtech March 29, 2017
Very nice capture
 
margaretgodfrey March 30, 2017
Thought I recognised Fagus in this shot. Lovely :)
 
Lila-Keomalithong October 31, 2017
Outstanding! You inspire me :)

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Remnant

Gondwanaland remnant...Nothofagus gunii above Hanson's Lake. Native deciduous beech, 'the fagus' is a remnant from the super continent Gondwanaland. It is our only native deciduous tree, and only found in the alpine areas of Tasmania.
Global warming threatens all the unique Gondwanaland remnant flora in Tasmania, due to the increase in dry lightning strikes and increasingly dry summers, creating an exponentially increased risk of fire. Unlike much of the Australian bush, these remnants do not regenerate after fire, and the peat soils on which they rely, are killed forever by fire.
Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania, Australia
8 images blended for focus
Nikon D810 Nikkor 14-24mm
f/8, 1/13s, and1/8s, ISO 64,
One image hand blended for sky
f/8, 15s, ISO 64
5 stop ND filter.

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Won Contest Finalist in Composing With Rule Of Thirds Photo ContestOctober, 2017
Won Runner Up in Colorful Landscapes Photo ContestMarch, 2017
Won Contest Finalist in Colorful Landscapes Photo ContestFebruary, 2017

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