Amazing perspectives by Cameron Blake from the Franklin River Wild National Park.

Cameron says :

“One of Tassie’s wildest and most infamous rivers - the Franklin - and the distinctive profile of Frenchmans Cap in this image from @camblakephotography. In the 1970s and 80s, the Franklin River was at the heart of the largest conservation battles in Australian history - a battle that led to the formation of a major political party and ultimately the demise of a federal government. These days the region forms part of the World Heritage-listed Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area - an easily accessible reserve of over 1.5 million hectares that comprises more than one-fifth of Tasmania’s total land mass. It’s an area of Tasmania, and indeed the world, that will easily imprint on your memory.