Tasmania: a journey with Sheila Smart

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My husband and I have lived in Australia since 1974 but it was not until 2004 that we decided
to visit the only State we had yet to see — Tasmania. It was long overdue and was very much
an eyeopener for both of us. We were immediately struck by the beauty of the countryside and the
friendliness of the wonderful people. Coming from frenetic Sydney, it was a joy to relax and let
Tassie take over. Photography being my great passion, I was not disappointed. From the wilderness
of the Gordon River and Cradle Mountain, albeit in constant drizzle, to the white sands of eastern
Tasmania, specifically Swansea, we were besotted by the landscape and plan to return in,
hopefully, the not too distant future. Sheila Smart

A convert to the world of digital photography, Sheila Smart is a Sydney-based freelance photographer,
living with her husband and two cats in the northern beaches suburb of Avalon Beach. Her varied portfolio
includes candids of Sydney folk, black and white images, including infrared, aboriginality of
urban Sydney and also urban wildlife. Enjoy more of her work here.