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    How things have changed since I took this photo 2 weeks ago. I remember it was a day of freezing temperatures and heavy cloud which lifted late in the afternoon to reveal a snowy landscape and a stunning sunset. … The snow and much more has gone, but beautiful and wonderful memories remain.  (at Collinsvale, Tasmania)

    How things have changed since I took this photo 2 weeks ago. I remember it was a day of freezing temperatures and heavy cloud which lifted late in the afternoon to reveal a snowy landscape and a stunning sunset. … The snow and much more has gone, but beautiful and wonderful memories remain. (at Collinsvale, Tasmania)

    — 11 minutes ago
    Flying back to Sydney last night on sunset. … One of those moments when on the plane and suddenly I became aware of a beautiful light in the cabin. I looked out the window and saw the layers of cloud and light. … And the red of sunset was this intense. … My two weeks of holidays finished with this stunner. Back to work today for me. Hope everyone has a lovely day. Colour your world intensely.

    Flying back to Sydney last night on sunset. … One of those moments when on the plane and suddenly I became aware of a beautiful light in the cabin. I looked out the window and saw the layers of cloud and light. … And the red of sunset was this intense. … My two weeks of holidays finished with this stunner. Back to work today for me. Hope everyone has a lovely day. Colour your world intensely.

    — 1 day ago
    Could this be what angel hair looks like when it’s being washed? … Wandering around Mt Field NP a couple of days ago, @jayedevil and I had to duck behind ferns for shelter from the water spray such was the force of the water falling over. … With the snow melt increasing the water going over the falls, now would be a great time to visit. 1hr by road  from Hobart will get you to this national park. Stop by the Possum Shed Cafe for a very lovely hot chocolate or cuppa on your way to the national park. Platypus have been known to swim in the river beside the cafe, if you’re  quick enough to spot them.  (at Russell Falls, Mt Field NP, Tasmania)

    Could this be what angel hair looks like when it’s being washed? … Wandering around Mt Field NP a couple of days ago, @jayedevil and I had to duck behind ferns for shelter from the water spray such was the force of the water falling over. … With the snow melt increasing the water going over the falls, now would be a great time to visit. 1hr by road from Hobart will get you to this national park. Stop by the Possum Shed Cafe for a very lovely hot chocolate or cuppa on your way to the national park. Platypus have been known to swim in the river beside the cafe, if you’re quick enough to spot them. (at Russell Falls, Mt Field NP, Tasmania)

    — 1 day ago
    The sun always rises and sets. It’s a constant. No matter what happens the sky has the colours of the rainbow. I sat and looked at tonight’s sky for some time….. For you @jayedevil with love and hugs.  (at Howrah Beach)

    The sun always rises and sets. It’s a constant. No matter what happens the sky has the colours of the rainbow. I sat and looked at tonight’s sky for some time….. For you @jayedevil with love and hugs. (at Howrah Beach)

    — 3 days ago
    I love watching dogs on the beach. Chasing balls (the kind that you throw! Lol) and often their own tails and seeing the spray of water, often caught in sunlight, as they shake themselves as they come out of the water. … So, this is one I prepared for you on my beach walk this morning…with that beautiful mountain Mt Wellington in the background. 🐶 (at Howrah Beach)

    I love watching dogs on the beach. Chasing balls (the kind that you throw! Lol) and often their own tails and seeing the spray of water, often caught in sunlight, as they shake themselves as they come out of the water. … So, this is one I prepared for you on my beach walk this morning…with that beautiful mountain Mt Wellington in the background. 🐶 (at Howrah Beach)

    — 3 days ago
    I walk along this beach often. I’m always taking photos here of the sky, the sea, the sun rises and sets, the dogs that run into the water even though the waters icy cold, the seagulls. Lol. I take pics of everything. And then sometimes, I just give into the moment and just look. … This was one such moment two days ago. 🌄 (at Howrah, Tasmania, Australia)

    I walk along this beach often. I’m always taking photos here of the sky, the sea, the sun rises and sets, the dogs that run into the water even though the waters icy cold, the seagulls. Lol. I take pics of everything. And then sometimes, I just give into the moment and just look. … This was one such moment two days ago. 🌄 (at Howrah, Tasmania, Australia)

    — 4 days ago
    Sunlight and shadows…I was so attracted to the light beams yesterday while up in Mt Field National Park. Filtering through the tree canopy the light showed an enchanting world of beauty and colour. …hope your Friday leads into a beautiful weekend of light and colour. 😊 (at Horseshoe Falls, Mt Field NP)

    Sunlight and shadows…I was so attracted to the light beams yesterday while up in Mt Field National Park. Filtering through the tree canopy the light showed an enchanting world of beauty and colour. …hope your Friday leads into a beautiful weekend of light and colour. 😊 (at Horseshoe Falls, Mt Field NP)

    — 5 days ago
    I had raindrops on my eyelashes today! …and on my cheeks and nose (there’s a song similar to this, but we’re not going there as I’m singing it in my mind already and it won’t go! 😂😂) and head and just all over. 💦

I had a day trip out to Mt Field NP with @jayedevil The falls, Russell and Horseshoe were full from the snow melt and roaring over. The water spray went over a huge area. And I just smiled and laughed at feeling the spray fall all over me. 💦

Such a beautiful day to be out and about. If your in Tassie, take the 1hr trip by road from Hobart out to Mt Field and see the gorgeous veils of water fall. And see the enchanting tall trees forest … I’m telling you, the pixies and faries were about today in the woods. Everything was lush and moist. Ripe for a woodland party by the enchanting people. 😜 (at Horseshoe Falls, Mt Field NP)

    I had raindrops on my eyelashes today! …and on my cheeks and nose (there’s a song similar to this, but we’re not going there as I’m singing it in my mind already and it won’t go! 😂😂) and head and just all over. 💦

    I had a day trip out to Mt Field NP with @jayedevil The falls, Russell and Horseshoe were full from the snow melt and roaring over. The water spray went over a huge area. And I just smiled and laughed at feeling the spray fall all over me. 💦

    Such a beautiful day to be out and about. If your in Tassie, take the 1hr trip by road from Hobart out to Mt Field and see the gorgeous veils of water fall. And see the enchanting tall trees forest … I’m telling you, the pixies and faries were about today in the woods. Everything was lush and moist. Ripe for a woodland party by the enchanting people. 😜 (at Horseshoe Falls, Mt Field NP)

    — 6 days ago
    Geez, I’m so far behind with comments that what’s one more post. Lol… I’ve really been caught up with Mt Wellington. It’s utterly beautiful with a snowy cap overlooking Hobart and the Derwent River. I’ve been up on the mountain two days in a row. This shot was taken yesterday when the road was closed while the snowplough was clearing the road. The Springs was as far up as you could get by car, to get to the summit was a further 6km walk. There was an almost party atmosphere at The Springs with many people seeing snow for the first time. This snowman, I was told by Grandma, was build by Grandpa for their Grandson, who was seeing snow for the first time. I asked to take this pic. It really was wonderful almost being part of the families excitement of enjoying the snow. ⛄️ (at Springs Mount Wellington)

    Geez, I’m so far behind with comments that what’s one more post. Lol… I’ve really been caught up with Mt Wellington. It’s utterly beautiful with a snowy cap overlooking Hobart and the Derwent River. I’ve been up on the mountain two days in a row. This shot was taken yesterday when the road was closed while the snowplough was clearing the road. The Springs was as far up as you could get by car, to get to the summit was a further 6km walk. There was an almost party atmosphere at The Springs with many people seeing snow for the first time. This snowman, I was told by Grandma, was build by Grandpa for their Grandson, who was seeing snow for the first time. I asked to take this pic. It really was wonderful almost being part of the families excitement of enjoying the snow. ⛄️ (at Springs Mount Wellington)

    — 1 week ago
    This is up on the summit of Mt Wellington today. I was literally up in the clouds. They swirled around  creating an almost ‘other world’ to the bright sunlight that shone on Hobart city below the summit. The temperature dropped and the snow started falling as I walked around. Surprisingly, the wind, which can often blow at a gale up on the top wasn’t very strong. I could almost say it was a bone chilling pleasant without the shaking. Lol. 🗻

That’s the Derwent River you can see between the cloud break. 🗻 (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    This is up on the summit of Mt Wellington today. I was literally up in the clouds. They swirled around creating an almost ‘other world’ to the bright sunlight that shone on Hobart city below the summit. The temperature dropped and the snow started falling as I walked around. Surprisingly, the wind, which can often blow at a gale up on the top wasn’t very strong. I could almost say it was a bone chilling pleasant without the shaking. Lol. 🗻

    That’s the Derwent River you can see between the cloud break. 🗻 (at Mt. Wellington Summit (1270 m), Hobart, Tasmania)

    — 1 week ago