printed on Giclée Epson Semi-Gloss
This image is of the vertiginous drop into the Fisher River valley near Mole Creek, Tasmania. These precipitous dolerite rocks, part of Tasmania’s amazing karst scenery, rise up some 220 meters from the valley below and are crowned with alpine forest. The trees on the steep slopes however struggle to retain their fragile footing, hence the title of this print. This impressive chasm is known as ‘The Devil’s Gullet’, but, far from being devilish, it really is an inspiring and dramatic landscape.