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Through readers' eyes Oct 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 @ractofficial and it could appear in one of our galleries.

Historic buildings in Hobart.

Credit: Kelvin Ball

Abseiling at Gordon Dam.

Credit: Jacinta Lang

Views near Mole Creek.

Credit: Wayne Painter

Honeymoon Bay.

Credit: Pete Willows

Sunset at Table Cape.

Credit: David Cooke

Talisker the chihuahua in the snow at Waratah.

Credit: Lissie Rustage

Ferns at Liffey Falls.

Credit: Peta Fletcher

Forest floor in the Tarkine.

Credit: Andrew McKinney

Cradle Mountain.

Credit: Hannah Tischler

Low Head.

Credit: Keith Midson

Lake Pedder.

Credit: Sarah Atkinson

Western Arthurs Traverse.

Credit: Chelsea Rogers

Views of Mount Wellington.

Credit: Sean Dargaville

Autumn colours at Newstead.

Credit: Lance Carroll

Snow at Waratah.

Credit: Maddie Brodel

Waterfall Bay Track, Tasman Peninsula.

Credit: Julian Witek

Reflections at Franklin.

Credit: Andrew Taylor

Sunbeams at Bridport.

Credit: Caroline Tandy

Sunset at Rosetta.

Credit: Christian Micallef

Snow at Grove.

Credit: Dianne Machen

Rainbow at Table Cape.

Credit: Shane Davis

Arthur River.

Credit: Greg James

Lighthouse at Wynyard.

Credit: Patricia Rubenach

Gordon River.

Credit: Penny Garnsworthy

Binalong Bay.

Credit: Margaret Longmuir

Beautiful rocks on the west coast.

Credit: Helen Tiffin

Orange details on the west coast.

Credit: Helen Tiffin

Neutral tones on the west coast.

Credit: Helen Tiffin

Pink fog at Milabena.

Credit: Sue Poke

Port Davey.

Credit: Susan Mace

Shipstern Bluff.

Credit: Vishnu Prahalad