As the Seasons Turn

 

What’s red, yellow, orange, and green, is found up high, and is about to fall?

As the autumn races towards winter, the subalpine forests of deciduous beech are changing in the mountains of Tasmania. Join Arwen as she focuses in on the fine detail and rampant colours of the Nothofagus in autumn.

 

Help Arwen travel to Flinder's Island for a photographic residency!

She's mounting a Pozible crowdfunding campaign: " Taking photographs in Tasmania's stunning natural landscapes is a great passion for me, so I feel very fortunate to be granted an Artist in Residence at Mountain Sea Arts on Flinders Island.. I hope to take macro, night time and other landscape images of the sights and delights that I witness. While I am there, I will be presenting several workshops in Creative Arts Therapy, exploring what it means to live on Flinders Island. As an additional gift for island residents, visitors and the general public, I plan to present the photographs from the residency in a small book. This is very exciting for me, as it will be my first book and my first time on Flinders. In order to make this all happen, I am calling on your generous assistance. Please donate whatever funds you can and share this campaign with your networks. Thank you!!!