Up A Mountain Without A Map: Climbing Mt. Parsons

Lost means little when you’re halfway up a rock face, wedged furtively between towers of stone. Every surface looks the same from this angle; no map promises us stable footing.

My partner and I are chasing cairns to the top of Mount Parsons.

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A Photo Trek Through Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Places have a way of changing history.

200 years ago, the chalice-shaped inlet of Wineglass Bay oozed with the blood of butchered whales, turning the peaceful waters into a glass of Merlot and invoking its descriptive name.

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