Friday, 22 March 2019

Roaming Tasmania

Australia Blog #7 – 22 March 2019
Roaming Tasmania

Bizarre Australian Fact:
The male lyrebird, which is native to Australia, can mimic the calls
 of over twenty other birds. If that’s not impressive enough, 
he can also imitate the sound of a camera, chainsaw, and car alarm.

One of the most enjoyable parts of living in Tasmania for six weeks has been the opportunity of just roaming around with no particular agenda. And so my postings over the next while will reflect that same wandering: no particular focus, just photos of some of the places that Bill and I have been exploring. 

I hope you enjoy this wide selection of images!

Wool clothing, Bothwell 'Spin In', Bothwell

MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), Hobart

'Japanese Summer Lunch' made by Jan Ochi for Bill and me.

Stairway, Mickey's Beach

Royal Flying Doctor Service car, Cygnet

Lavender display, Salamanca Market, Hobart

Countryside near Bothwell

Restaurant, MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), Hobart

Battery Point Tour, Hobart

Salamanca Market

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