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    Another shot from this mornings sunrise over Mt Wellington. There was a lot of cloud and right on sunrise the clouds parted and this gorgeous snow blanket was revealed. … Now though, is a different story. The weather has come in, visibility is low and it’s raining. … But I won’t forget the vision of a snow capped Mt Wellington that greeted Hobart this morning. ❄️ (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    Another shot from this mornings sunrise over Mt Wellington. There was a lot of cloud and right on sunrise the clouds parted and this gorgeous snow blanket was revealed. … Now though, is a different story. The weather has come in, visibility is low and it’s raining. … But I won’t forget the vision of a snow capped Mt Wellington that greeted Hobart this morning. ❄️ (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    — 13 hours ago
    Mt Wellington! Oh, the clouds have just parted and this is the view Hobart is getting now.  (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    Mt Wellington! Oh, the clouds have just parted and this is the view Hobart is getting now. (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    — 18 hours ago
    I think it’s snowing up on top of Mt Wellington today! Well, I know it is. Before the rain and grey cloud set in this morning I saw the summit all snow capped from the overnight snow fall. When the sun returns it’ll be good going up and playing in the snow. … Snowball throwing session… hahahaha, better duck! ❄️❄️❄️

This is a shot taken two weeks ago when @loves_laughs and I ventured up to the summit.  (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    I think it’s snowing up on top of Mt Wellington today! Well, I know it is. Before the rain and grey cloud set in this morning I saw the summit all snow capped from the overnight snow fall. When the sun returns it’ll be good going up and playing in the snow. … Snowball throwing session… hahahaha, better duck! ❄️❄️❄️

    This is a shot taken two weeks ago when @loves_laughs and I ventured up to the summit. (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    — 1 day ago
    Fading into the background should never be an option…regardless of how much bigger the picture is to us!  (at Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra)

    Fading into the background should never be an option…regardless of how much bigger the picture is to us! (at Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra)

    — 1 day ago
    What colour would you like these boots to be? A hipster Black? A standout Red? A patent Purple? A deep Tan? A shiny Silver?…. Doesn’t matter what colour you choose it’s what you like that’s important. Me? Hehehe, I’d have one in each colour if I could 👢

I look at people’s shoes, walking, etc. I guess it comes with the job I do. Today, at work there’s was not a red, black, brown or purple…just slippers, bandages, and runners. … Your feet like the rest of your body need looking after. Never take walking for granted. 👢

Secretly, I’d like red ones if I was only able to have one pair! 👠👠hehehe. #instatassie21 (at Hobart, Tasmania)

    What colour would you like these boots to be? A hipster Black? A standout Red? A patent Purple? A deep Tan? A shiny Silver?…. Doesn’t matter what colour you choose it’s what you like that’s important. Me? Hehehe, I’d have one in each colour if I could 👢

    I look at people’s shoes, walking, etc. I guess it comes with the job I do. Today, at work there’s was not a red, black, brown or purple…just slippers, bandages, and runners. … Your feet like the rest of your body need looking after. Never take walking for granted. 👢

    Secretly, I’d like red ones if I was only able to have one pair! 👠👠hehehe. #instatassie21 (at Hobart, Tasmania)

    — 2 days ago
    #instatassie21 
    12 weeks ago, I posted a autumn version of this scene. Yesterday, in the thick fog of the morning, Kate, @loves_laughs and I revisited and I took this winter shot. The beautiful reflections are the same, the fog though adds a gorgeous, natural effect.  ❄️

New Norfolk is about a 30 min drive west of Hobart. There are quiet a few lovely antique shops here. Could spend hours looking at beautiful pieces from the past. 😊 (at New Norfolk Bridge)

    12 weeks ago, I posted a autumn version of this scene. Yesterday, in the thick fog of the morning, Kate, @loves_laughs and I revisited and I took this winter shot. The beautiful reflections are the same, the fog though adds a gorgeous, natural effect. ❄️

    New Norfolk is about a 30 min drive west of Hobart. There are quiet a few lovely antique shops here. Could spend hours looking at beautiful pieces from the past. 😊 (at New Norfolk Bridge)

    — 4 days ago
    Rosegarland, New Norfolk, Tasmania. In the swirling mists of a foggy day, pure enchantment can be found.

    Rosegarland, New Norfolk, Tasmania. In the swirling mists of a foggy day, pure enchantment can be found.

    — 4 days ago
    #tasmania  #fog  #tree  #reeds  #discovertasmania  #mist  #rural  #australia 
    Tonight’s sunset. Walking along the Tranmere foreshore with Mieko this afternoon we watched as the sky turned golden just before a touch of fire red before the sun set on another day. 🌄 I hope it’s been a happy day for you. I’ve been out all day and it’s been a beautiful day to be out and about in Hobart. … Tomorrow? Who knows! But it’ll be another day, another opportunity we’ll all have to love, to laugh, to smile, to care for one another. And, if I were to meet you tomorrow, I’d hope to be able to do if not all then at least one of those things with you. 💜😝😊🙏 (at Tranmere)

    Tonight’s sunset. Walking along the Tranmere foreshore with Mieko this afternoon we watched as the sky turned golden just before a touch of fire red before the sun set on another day. 🌄 I hope it’s been a happy day for you. I’ve been out all day and it’s been a beautiful day to be out and about in Hobart. … Tomorrow? Who knows! But it’ll be another day, another opportunity we’ll all have to love, to laugh, to smile, to care for one another. And, if I were to meet you tomorrow, I’d hope to be able to do if not all then at least one of those things with you. 💜😝😊🙏 (at Tranmere)

    — 6 days ago
    😂😂 o.k. This photo is just amusing the hell out of me! I was down south of Hobart this morning and I came across some horses around a dam. The sun was shining and their reflections in the water looked wonderful. As soon as I approached to take photos, they saw me and trotted over to where I was. Gone were the reflection shots I wanted and this is just one of the funny animated shots I got. The horses were very friendly. This one though was like the extrovert of the group of three horses. He looks like his smiling to me. 😬  What do you reckon? … Give me your best line description of this photo in the tradition of … ‘Are my nose hairs too long?’ ‘Will Botox help?’ 😂😂 I’m in the mood for fun! Are you?  (at Cygnet Tas)

    😂😂 o.k. This photo is just amusing the hell out of me! I was down south of Hobart this morning and I came across some horses around a dam. The sun was shining and their reflections in the water looked wonderful. As soon as I approached to take photos, they saw me and trotted over to where I was. Gone were the reflection shots I wanted and this is just one of the funny animated shots I got. The horses were very friendly. This one though was like the extrovert of the group of three horses. He looks like his smiling to me. 😬 What do you reckon? … Give me your best line description of this photo in the tradition of … ‘Are my nose hairs too long?’ ‘Will Botox help?’ 😂😂 I’m in the mood for fun! Are you? (at Cygnet Tas)

    — 6 days ago
    A wombats alternative to Angus Beef…’Mumm, the grass is melt in the mouth, tender!’ … Hehehe, I caught this Australian marsupial munching away at Narawntapu National Park. The park is in Tasmania’s north near Port Sorell and fronts onto the Bass Strait coastline at Bakers Beach. Just on sunset, the wombats, kangaroos, wallabies, and pademelons come out to eat and can be easily seen on the Springlawn main access area of the park. I love this park. To be so up close and personal with such a variety of Australian native wildlife is a real a treat for me. On my ‘bucket list’ though, is to see a wombat on the snow. Wombat and snow! Snow and wombat! Ahhh!  (at Narawntapu National Park)

    A wombats alternative to Angus Beef…’Mumm, the grass is melt in the mouth, tender!’ … Hehehe, I caught this Australian marsupial munching away at Narawntapu National Park. The park is in Tasmania’s north near Port Sorell and fronts onto the Bass Strait coastline at Bakers Beach. Just on sunset, the wombats, kangaroos, wallabies, and pademelons come out to eat and can be easily seen on the Springlawn main access area of the park. I love this park. To be so up close and personal with such a variety of Australian native wildlife is a real a treat for me. On my ‘bucket list’ though, is to see a wombat on the snow. Wombat and snow! Snow and wombat! Ahhh! (at Narawntapu National Park)

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