22 Jan 2012


I'm not turning The Rolling Road into a landscape photography site but it's such a special place here are some more photos taken last week in Tasmania .All taken at St Helens Point close to St Helens a small, village on the east coast .

There are totally empty, golden beaches there which stretch for kilometre after kilometre  .The sea is a really blue and the water is crystal clear ( and cold) -it is a very special place.

The photos were taken on a Leica X1 as DNG ( RAW ) files processed with Adobe Lightroom. All five images had very little processing --shown here almost as straight from the camera.
The Leica is far from being the sharpest tool in the tool shed in terms of having all the functions, maximum megapixels and menus which seem to count for everything with most photographers nowadays but it does produce the most beautiful, mellow images with that special Leica "look" .

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