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Russell Falls by Kyofuu
Russell Falls
(c) Mad Keane Photography

Falling some 58 metres, Russell Falls is one of Tasmania’s most treasured places.  Located in Mt Field National Park  this easy walk will take you through a mixed forest comprising towering swamp gums, the tallest flowering plant on Earth, and species typical of wet forests and cool temperate rainforests, such as dogwood, musk and myrtle. Towards the falls, the track is framed by stunning tall tree ferns. The falls themselves are impossibly picturesque, but being summer were very short on water. Normally the whole tiers is flowing from end to end. Today it was just from each end.  To give an in idea of scale, the man fern to the left was about 15 feet tall.
Horseshoe Falls by Kyofuu
Horseshoe Falls
The Horseshoe Falls looking a bit worse for wear due to lack of rain. Normally the whole area would have water falling in the shape of a horseshoe. Taken at Mt Field National Park, Tasmania, about 100 metres upstream of Russell Falls. The waterfall descends over horizontal marine Permian siltstone benches, while the vertical faces of the falls are composed of resistant sandstone layers.
Namche Bazaar by Kyofuu
Namche Bazaar
Taken around 5am as the sun crested Mt Thamserku above the sherpa town of Namche Bazaar in the Himalayas of Nepal
Motukiekie Beach by Kyofuu
Motukiekie Beach
Located on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Motukiekie Beach would have to be my favourite location on the South Island. This place has it all, steep cliffs, giant rock pillars, moody weather and thousands of bright orange starfish. Yet, hardly anyone knows about it apart from a few photographers.

A Seascape photographers delight but not without extremely dangerous and treacherous tidal conditions. It can only be accessed at low tide by a 5km hike past the cliffs and surrounded by sandflies. The tide rises at least 3 metres and is very strong!! So trying to get there on holiday, with only one day on location, that also had a low tide at sunrise and no rain is a big ask.

(c) Mad Keane Photography 2015
Merry Christmas to all my DeviantArt friends, lurkers and followers  and here is wishing you all a great 2013. Probably my final blog post for this year is the awarded images of Richard Cowing's images from the 2012 International Loupe Awards, one of the world's richest photo comps.  Richard is a great photographer and works in my studio. He received 4 awards, with two images making the top 50.

Click on the link to see all 4 in high-res.…


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Andrew Keane
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Current Residence: Launceston, Tasmania
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Favourite photographers: Calvin Hollywood, Regina Pagles, Sal Cincotta, Eli Locardi
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YannickDellapina Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2015
Thank you very much for the :llama:I really appreciated!!!:hug:
Kyofuu Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2015  Professional Photographer
You're welcome
mrwho25 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2015
Love your gallery, and thanks for the llama
SkyJaguar Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015
You have some beautiful work!
Kyofuu Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2015  Professional Photographer
Thank you.
allthingswillbe Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015  Hobbyist
Thanks for the llama and Happy New Year!
Textures-and-More Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks so much for the LLama. I am sorry it took me so long to respond. By the way, I love your work.
ArtbroJohn Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you for the llama!
Very much appreciated!
Kyofuu Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Professional Photographer
Your welcome
Adherance Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Professional General Artist
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