Big fire, though. (3)
Big fire, though. (2)
Big fire, though.
This little hill next to the South Hobart tip is a mecca for mountain biking - offering some of the most rewarding gravity trails in the state.
Sunset over Lake St Clair (738m) featuring a distant Mount Ossa (1,617m). Australia’s deepest lake and Tasmania’s highest mountain.
A trip to @pumphousepoint brought about an unintentional self guided tour of the various hydro electric power stations that make this state tick. The scale of the system is absolutely mind boggling, and I am in awe of those who had the boldest of visions to make it reality. Tarraleah took 4 years to construct and opened in 1938, with an installed capacity of 90MW (65,000+ homes) and zero carbon emissions. In nineteen thirty eight...
Not so red anymore.
I get to work with some pretty cool people. Saturday night at HBC went off with @hugobladel
Montgomery reckons he’d look good in a Chevy pickup. #notwrong
Some stills from yesterday’s session at MAC. Multitrack recorded these guys on the x32 also! 🎥🎙👌
Coupla nibbles, that’s about it.