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  1. Humphreys
    Humphreys says:

    Oh man! What a place.
    Incredible footage again you two. What privileges – to see the fascinating landscape, the whales in their freedom, the heron taking flight…circling interesting things to look out for 😉
    The ground/coastal floor is amazing. Tree markings are very artistic, love to know how?

    Loving the ‘shades’ Tommo….suit you sir.
    Send this to the media…a must.
    Ma X

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    • Tommo
      Tommo says:

      On the case finding out what made those markings on the trees! They look amazing and remind me of the Nazca Lines in South America: shorturl.at/KLOP6

      This was an amazing day for sure. Incredible landscape and wildlife. More to come soon!!

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  2. Humphreys
    Humphreys says:

    Oh Man, this is incredible!
    Didn’t think you could top some of the Amazon footage (well, there was New Zealand, Australia ….) but this looks amazing! Loving the cinematography – the new equipment is great – the running narrative, and the fact you’re so full of it (Tom, you look like the ‘cat that got the cream’). Wildlife – particularly liked the Oyster Catcher and of course the Whales – but the location itself was stunning. The bush was eerily still – no birdsong or wind in the eucalyptus trees – but the beach was the best. Uninhabited, clean (didn’t see an ounce of litter), rugged and of course those rock formations – incredible.
    Loved it all; thank you so much for sharing!!!:)
    Love you guys.

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    • Tommo
      Tommo says:

      The new equipment is AMAZING! This was meant to be just a ‘test day’ for the new gear, but the upped quality and capabilities came to us so easily we went crazy for it, haha! I’m definitely in love with all the new gear at our disposal (you ROCK!).

      The transition between landscapes here in Tassie keeps surprising us – this wasn’t the first time. Hiking up Mount Wellington saw us quickly shift from temperate forest to rocky/boulder vistas to snowy lagoons and then truly ‘artic’ feeling, windswept plains. The diversity is incredible and can be experienced to an incredible degree in just one hike!

      And, yep, there is next to no litter anywhere in Tassie. Our first impressions are that Tasmanian’s love their landscape more than any other. It’s great and we feel like we fit in. I’ve joined Ash on a few litter picks in the most populated places in Tasmania, Hobart and Launceston, and between us (over the course of hours) we could only just fill a rubbish bag. This in the most heavily populated areas of the whole state :’)

      ‘Pristine’ is the word. You’ll love it here.

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  3. Sam ( Julia s colleague)
    Sam ( Julia s colleague) says:

    Absolutely stunning footage , I’m so jealous . So glad you re sharing your freedom and adventures . I love your enthusiasm ( much like your Mum) and how your language has turned antipodean “alright” has become “alrighdee”. The heron experience was so like Steve Backshall creeping up on something . Brilliant xx
    Ps Maybe the wallaby had a baby in its pouch 😉😂?

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    • Tommo
      Tommo says:

      Hey Sam!

      Why not eh? Could VERY well be a baby in it’s pouch 😀

      I hadn’t realised my antipodean ways!! Oh no…. it’s finally happening. About time to be honest, haha!

      Very, very happy to be compared to Steve Backshall in any way – he’s a legend and inspiration. Watch this space though, there may be a new wildlife enthusiast on the prowl. Let’s see.

      Hope you’re well and keeping safe back home?

      Much love,
      Tommo

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