Photo of the Day : : In Awe of Cradle

For the next two weeks I will be introducing BRAND NEW photographs that I have added to my Australian Landscapes: Tasmania Collection. All of these photos are currently available as both open edition and special edition prints.

This image best viewed large : : click on the photo for a larger version.

In Awe of Cradle : : Cradle Mountain National Park : : Tasmania, Australia : : Korinek Photography In Awe of Cradle
Cradle Mountain National Park : : Tasmania Australia

Cradle Mountain National is one of the most beautiful National Parks in the world. It is home to the renowned Overland Track and is chock full of beautful vistas to photograph.

The crown jewel of the part is the mountain itself. A jagged peak made of ancient volcanic dolerite that dominates the skyline. All of the photos in the upcoming two weeks are from this beautiful location. Enjoy!

Two photos that are similar to this photo were taken. One in the vertical format, and one in a horizontal panoramic. Check them out as well.

This photograph is available for purchase as a print.

1/100 sec at f8.0, ISO 200

All images Copyright 2012 – Matt Korinek : : Korinek Photography
Images cannot be used without explicit permission from Korinek Photography – All rights reserved

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6 Comments on “Photo of the Day : : In Awe of Cradle”

  1. vera says:

    No kidding about this monutain being awe-inspiring. It majestically dwarfs the human in the picture… This picture really captures who is in charge on earth!

  2. JimR says:

    Great image with good detail Matt.

  3. themofman says:

    You find your way to such amazing landscapes.


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