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Dove Lake

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Misty cliff face rising from Dove Lake to Cradle Plateau. Northern end of Dove Lake, just after sunrise, a weak glow of sun visible, photo manipulated. Dove Lake glimpsed through the mossy trees. Tasmanian snowgum stands on the edge of the clear water of Dove Lake faintly lit by sunrise. Quiet southern end of Dove Lake. Coarse sand of Dove Lake. Tree, with lichen covered leaves, rooted in the sand and gravel of Dove Lake. Lichen covered tree overhanging Dove Lake. Tasmanian snowgum stands in the clear water of Dove Lake beside the old boatshed. Stunted and weatherworn snowgum and lichen covered granite boulder at Dove Lake. Button grass around Dove Lake. Small stream running into Dove Lake. Antler like tree growth around Dove Lake. Twisted tree roots hang on to the granite of Dove Lake. What appears to be Spanish Moss, tillandsias, growing around Dove Lake. Small tree covered islet in misty Dove Lake. The southerly minor peak (Smithies Peak) of Cradle Mountain over Dove Lake. Rocky face catching a bit of weak sun over Dove Lake and the Honeymoon Islands. Northern end of Dove Lake, just after sunrise, a weak glow of sun visible. Tasmanian snowgum stands on the edge of the clear water of Dove Lake. Stunted and twisted trees and grasses lining Dove Lake. The old boatshed on Dove Lake in the still of early morning. Dove Lake circuit trail. Dove Lake through the trees. Glacier Rock beside Dove Lake. Glacier Rock protrudes into Dove Lake, behind Cradle Mountain is shrouded by cloud. Lichen growing on the side of the old boatshed on Dove Lake. Panorama of the southern end of Dove Lake. Northern end of Dove Lake, just after official sunrise, but no sun visible. Fast flowing small stream feeding into Dove Lake.

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