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Through readers' eyes Dec 2020

Some of the most amazing images of our island state, taken by our readers
It's no secret that Tasmania has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Here, readers share some of their favourite views through their own eyes. Do you have an image to share? Email it to us or tag us on Instagram with @ractofficial and #yourjourneys and it could appear in one of our galleries. 
Starfish and sunrise at Kingston Beach
Catching the sunrise at Kingston Beach.
Image: Colin Partridge

 

Eating a pavlova and berries on the green and flowers
Dessert at Low Head.
Image: @pilotstationcafelowhead
A wombat on Maria Island
Furry friends on Maria Island.
Image: Diana Nickson
Sunset on the wharf at Strahan
Sunset at Strahan.
Image: Des Reeve

 

Cliff and water views of Waterfall Bay on the Tasman Peninsula
Waterfall Bay near Eagle Hawk Neck.
Image: Wayne Painter
Berry picking in the Huon Valley
Summer harvest in the Huon Valley.
Image: Bob Frost
Sunset at Freycinet
Watching the beautiful sunset at Freycinet.
Image: Pete Willows

 

Bright purple flowers
Purple orchid.
Image: Margaret Forsyth
Waves crashing at Spiky Beach
Waves crashing at Spiky Beach.
Image: Mike Casey
Hobart waterfront at night
Hobart waterfront at night.
Image: Pam Parks

 

Hot air balloon in the blue sky 
@hotairballoontasmania coming into land at Bishopsbourne.
Image: @dawntodusk_tasmania
Green water at Trowutta Arch 
Trowutta Arch.
Image: Bianca Stapenell

 

Sunset on the beach at Dolphin Sands
Sunset at Dolphin Sands.
Image: @tasmaniawhyweloveit
Reflections on the Leven River in Ulverstone
Leven River, Ulverstone.
Image: Sharna Mulach
Mountains and wetlands in the Central Plateau
Adams Peak and Pine Lake.
Image: David Waters

 

Views of the mountains at Killiecrankie Bay on Flinders Island
Killiecrankie Bay on Flinders Island.
Image: Grant Dwyer

 

The Neck on Bruny Island
The Neck on Bruny Island.
Image: Sean Dargaville
Snow at Derwent Bridge
Snow at Derwent Bridge.
Image: Judith Richards
Sunset at Milabena
Sunrise at Milabena.
Image: Sue Poke

 

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