Some vistas simply have to be shared - with love! We couldn't go past this stunning image from Mount Eliza in the Southwest National Park by @masonclayimagery. In the background is Lake Pedder, a catchment formed in 1972 as part of the Tasmanian Hydro-Electric Power Scheme and a significant chapter in Tassie's modern history. Located in the Southwest National Park - about 2 hours' drive west of @HobartandBeyond - this six-hour day walk starts from the Condominium Creek carpark on Scotts Peak Road. An inspirational image, as are the photographer's words: 'Quit waiting for someone to bring you flowers and instead plant seeds in your own garden. Life gravitates towards love, and love gravitates towards life.' Thanks for tagging us, Mason.