Tasmanian Images

I’ve had an enduring enthusiasm for photography as long as I can remember and I hope this is evident in the photos you see. I’m delighted that my passion now occupies most of my waking hours, supplying postcards, greeting cards, books, posters, calendars and of course quality Tasmanian photography - Mike Calder

Please browse Mike’s hand selected photographs below. Mike’s digital images are available to you in the following 3 option:

  1. Digital Download** - available to you instantly after purchase in either Lo Res for web usage OR Hi Res for print quality versions.
  2. Quality Unmounted Prints – available in A4 and A3 sizes and delivered to you by post.
    NB: Larger prints are available upon request. Contact Mike for a quote.
  3. Canvas Prints – available upon request - Contact Mike for a quote.

**Once purchased, you are free to use the images as often as you like for your own personal use and the copyright watermark is removed before downloading. You are welcome to use them on your website and in your promotional materials, however they should not be used as part of your branding or corporate identity.

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Bay of Fires
Bay of Fires
The morning sun greets the orange lichen-covered rocks, white sand and blue water of the Bay of Fires
Horseshoe Falls
Horseshoe Falls
Horseshoe Falls
Peron Dunes Sunrise
Peron Dunes Sunrise
Peron Dunes is a large expanse of big sand dunes near St Helens, in the north east.
Tarn Shelf
Tarn Shelf
The Tarn Shelf is well known for its display of fagus in Autumn. Fagus is the only native deciduous tree in Australia.
Huon River
Huon River
The tranquil Huon River in early morning mist
The Domain
The Domain
Sunrise on The Domain, Hobart
Whitemark Jetty, Flinders Island
Whitemark Jetty, Flinders Island
Evening on Whitemark Jetty, Flinders Island
Sunrise at Beauty Point, Tamar River
Sunrise at Beauty Point, Tamar River
Sunrise at Beauty Point, Tamar River
Lake Rhona
Lake Rhona
A beautiful morning at Lake Rhona, one of Tasmania's most picturesque lakes
Derwent Mist
Derwent Mist
The sun rises on the Derwent River at New Norfolk
Cataraqui Coastline
Cataraqui Coastline
West Coast King Island. This was the scene of Australia's worst maritime disaster when the Cataraqui was wrecked here in 1845.
Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain
The sun sets on Cradle Mountain, which is reflected in Dove Lake
Pieman River
Pieman River
Early morning reflections on the Pieman River, West Coast Tasmania
Hi-5 from a Tasmanian Devil
Hi-5 from a Tasmanian Devil
This little fella was only 6 weeks old
Tarkine Coast
Tarkine Coast
Tasmania's magnificent Tarkine coast, NW Tasmania
Myrtle Forest
Myrtle Forest
Myrtle forest at Waterfall Valley, Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park
Trousers Point
Trousers Point
Evening at Trousers Point, Flinders Island, Tasmania
Wineglass Bay
Wineglass Bay
Early morning at Wineglass Bay
Douglas Creek
Douglas Creek
Douglas Creek is in the heart of the Cradle MOuntain Lake St Clair National Park
Tree and Rainbow
Tree and Rainbow
Just after a storm at Tunbridge, in Tasmania's Midlands
Tessellated Pavement
Tessellated Pavement
Early morning at the Tessellated Pavement on the Tasman Peninsula
Midlands Trees
Midlands Trees
Fog lifting over rich farmland on Tasmania's Midlands
Mt Wellington
Mt Wellington
A freezing dawn on top of Mt Wellington, overlooking Hobart
Hobart Docks
Hobart Docks
The sun rises on Mt Wellington Hobart, as seen from the docks
Peron Dunes
Peron Dunes
Sunrise over the Peron Dunes at St Helens, NE Tasmania
Little Horn and Fagus
Little Horn and Fagus
Early morning light hits Little Horn, Cradle Mountain and the foliage in front.
Pencil Pine and Little Horn
Pencil Pine and Little Horn
Dawn at Cradle Mountain with a pencil pine in the foreground
Crater Lake
Crater Lake
Crater Lake in Autumn
Sunrise at Bluestone Bay
Sunrise at Bluestone Bay
Sunrise at Bluestone Bay