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It’s tough to find something much more epic than the coast line of southern Bruny Island. It’s got the second tallest cliffs in the southern hemisphere, more seals and bird life than you can poke a stick at, plus its where the Great Southern Ocean comes to roost… or at least hurl itself against some rocky islands and cliffs.

What better way to capture this coastline, but from a Pennicott Wilderness Journeys boat with 40 Tasmanian photographers? We put out a public invite via our @hobartandbeyond Instagram handle and the masses answered. En masse.

Below are a small sample of the amazing imagery that has come out from the day. You can see more by visiting the Bruny Meet hashtag:

lake_of_tranquility_1Image Credit – © @lake_of_tranquility on Instagram

czechingoutofhereImage Credit – © @czechingoutofhere on Instagram

elisadaros92Image Credit – © @elisadaros92 on Instagram

father_richardImage Credit – © @father_richard on Instagram

insta_graham23Image Credit – © @insta_graham23 on Instagram

isabel_gallowayImage Credit – © @isabel_galloway on Instagram

lizajanesowdenImage Credit – © @lizajanesowden on Instagram

susiecretanImage Credit – © @susiecretan on Instagram

the_lion_rampantImage Credit – © @the_lion_rampant on Instagram

wilkographytasmaniaImage Credit – © @wilkographytasmania on Instagram

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