The Franklin River is one of the last truly wild rivers on Earth; a complex system of breathtaking scenery, powerful energy and moments of utter tranquillity, threading its way through Tasmania’s unique World Heritage Area. There are few environments in the world as ancient, untouched or majestic as the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
They took Canon Master, adventure photographer Krystle Wright through Dove Canyon earlier this year with the aim of producing a promo film about Krystle’s life as an adventure photographer for Canon.
The Dove Canyon is a must do for all adventure seekers.
Wolfgang Glowacki is one of Tasmania’s most well known and respected wilderness photographers. Through his stunning landscape, macro and black and white photographs, Wolfgang brings the unique beauty of Tasmania to the world. His work is exhibited extensively and appears in print, including books, greeting cards and calendars, and online. Wolfgang’s most recent book publication was ‘Wildness Tasmania’ in 2011, a long-anticipated follow-up to his debut, ‘Artscapes’ (2007). Now, Wolfgang is excited to be bringing you his latest images in a book titled ‘Wild Island - Tasmania’, a true celebration of a special place. This new publication will showcase many of Tasmania’s remote wilderness areas, such as the Tarkine coastline, Franklin River and Western Arthur’s, as well as more well-known locations, including Cradle Mountain and Freycinet Peninsular. Followers and people new to Wolfgang’s work will be moved and amazed by each photo, beautifully displayed in this special hardcover: ‘Wild Island - Tasmania’.
All of Wolfgang’s books are self-published, which, as you can appreciate, requires a lot of effort, time and money. Please help him to promote the amazing beauty of Tasmania in this exciting new book by making a donation to this campaign. If the target is reached, Wolfgang will qualify for Crowbar: Arts Tasmania’s crowd-funding initiative, a generous grant of a further $2,000.