Tasmanian Devil, Tasmania, Australia by Izzy Unger, M.D.

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Take in the beauty of Tasmania at Russell Falls - in one of the Land Down Under's most magnificent wild spaces, Mt. Field National Park.

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Late afternoon driving North West Tasmania - the distant tiers with a smidgen of snow, long shadows and contented animals grazing. From A Soul Walkabout In Australia: "Non avevo capito niente" (Italian Blog: worth hitting the translate button on site)

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Facebook Timeline Cover Photo @ www.facebook.com/GlobalMedicalStaffing Your adventure starts here in Tasmania. #locumtenens #Tasmania #TasmanianDevil

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A dairy lover's delight in Tasmania: its been been the pride and joy of the Pyengana Valley for more than 100 years.

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Hobart, the harbor capital of Tasmania, rests at the foot of Mount Wellington and is the smallest and most historic state capital in the country.

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A Tasmanian Devil Juvenile or Joey

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Eucalyptus forests in Tassie's Ben Lomond are great for biking and hiking.

In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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Launceston - Tasmania’s second largest town - has one of the highest per-capita densities of bike shops in Australia.

In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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Ben Lomond National Park in Tasmania - Wildflowers abound in summer, and despite the stony plateaus there are also dense forests and moorlands that make most of us think of, say, Scotland.

In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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Jacob's Ladder in Tasmania - Aptly named after the ladder to heaven described in the Book of Genesis, this steep and narrow zigzag road ascends to heaven, or at least 5148 feet/1570 meters in the air.

In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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A rainbow gracing The Nut – an ancient volcanic formation overlooking the historic village of Stanley in north-west Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey.

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Waterfalls at the Gorge in Launceston, Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

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Reflections on Gordon River in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

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Narawntapu National Park in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

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Nature at work in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

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The beautifully contrasting Bay of Fires in Tassie. Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger. Read more here: www.gmedical.com/newsletter/unger

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The instantly recognisable wharf area of Strahan on Tassie's West Coast. From here cruises depart for Macquarie Harbour, Sarah Island and the unforgettable Gordon River.

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The beautiful Tasmanian wilderness

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Cataract Gorge in Launceston - just a short 15min walk from the edge of downtown and a total escape .. peace, green, rugged and at various times a raging torrent as a watercourse into the River Tamar. It also has the longest single span chair lift in the world across a spot known as the basin.

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Just another day in Tassie walking along the Bay of Fires. Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger.

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Tassie's beautiful, craggy coastline. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

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A double-take of some beautiful architecture in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

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Tassie devil - how can something so adorable have such a bad rep? Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger.

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Looming clouds in Hobart, Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Raymond Lewandowski III.

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