These images were taken from a lovely 46 minute video of ‘a flight over the Tasmanian Highlands on a mostly sunny autumn afternoon’ from Gary J McArthur (whose account is called Wandering Foxbat). This film is available here. He posts many great videos of flying over Tasmania.

He flies over Mt Roland, down along the western edge of the Central Plateau to the Ducane Range, then north to Cradle Mountain.

I couldn’t resist taking a few images from the video of some of my favourite peaks.

You can check Gary’s still images via his Instagram account.

His Youtube channel is here.

And while you’re at it, check this beautiful film of Tassie mountains under full snow.

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Chalice Lake on the plateau of Cathedral Mountain
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Cathedral Mountain in the foreground (Tent Tarn visible right front). Castle Crag beyond.
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Mt Massif, with the dark peak of Mt Geryon in shadow on the left
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The Acropolis (on left) and Geryon, with the sharp point of Mt Gould and bulky plateau of The Guardians beyond.
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The Ducane Range and cliffs of Mt Geryon

Some notes on Mt Geryon available here.

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Mt Ossa from the south. Pelion West top left