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Through readers' eyes Feb 2021

Some of the most amazing 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.

 

Lighthouse at Hells Gates
Hells Gates
Image: Gina Hummerstone
Waves crashing and lichen-covered rocks at Swimcart Beach, Bay of Fires
Swimcart Beach, Bay of Fires
Image: Sean Dargaville
Tasman Bridge lit up at nighttime
Tasman Bridge, Hobart
Image: Ian Sampson
Quoll on Bruny Island
A curious quoll on Bruny Island
Image: @scammphotography
The painted cliffs on Maria Island
The stunning painted cliffs on Maria Island
Image: Mary Ellen Doty
Pelican eating a fish on the beach
A pelican enjoying its lunch
Image: Alison Charlton
Purple and green aurora australis at the beach
A stunning aurora at Dodges Ferry
Image: @whoishollyjean
Purple view of water and sky at Mersey Bluff
Purple horizon at Mersey Bluff
Image: @tassiehayley
A field of purple lavender
In full bloom at Bridestowe Lavender
Image: @tasmaniawhyweloveit
View of Marions Lookout, Cradle Mountain
Marions Lookout, Cradle Mountain
Image: @jaygoninon_photography
View of blue water from the Fluted Cape Walk on Bruny Island
Beautiful views from the Fluted Cape Walk on Bruny Island
Image: @scammphotography
Gull sitting on cliff face
A gull resting on the cliffs at Eaglehawk Neck
Image: Carol Peters
Underwater view of coral, seaweed and fish on Flinders Island
Underwater worlds on Flinders Island
Image: @letsgodare
View of The Thumbs, water and cliffs at Fortescue Bay
The Thumbs at Fortescue Bay
Image: @jules.witek
Black cockatoo painting in an Ait BnB in Launceston
Artwork by @kreamart in a Launceston Airbnb
Image: @leo.and.meo
Sunrise at Sisters Beach
Sunrise at Sisters Beach
Image: @stevedowling222
View of forest and ocean at Ocean Beach
Ocean Beach on Tassie's west coast
Image: @westcoasttas

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