A week in Hobart from April 7 -14.We stayed in a loft AirBnb with views across Bellerive Yacht Club.
A diver prepares to descend at the Brooke Street Pier.The Gif is compiled of 134 still frames.
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Charles Darwin Walk - along the shores of Kangaroo Bay - Bellerive
|Compare this with the early Beattie print below.|
|19C Beattie Print|
|inspired by Uwe Bedenbecker - 'Dialectics of Nature'|
|The front garden of the AirBnb|
|Over the rooftop from our loft - AirBnb|
|Mount Pleasant Radio Observatory - Cambridge - 20kms east of Hobart|
|The wonderful colours of the vineyard|
French Provincial restaurant
|Picture window view from loft - AirBnb|
|Boarding the ferry to Bruny Island|
Bruny Island Views
|Waiting for the cheese platter|
|worth waiting for!|
|A dam with a view|
|When the dam is full it will provide an infinity pool view from the cottage currently being restored behind.|
|Dog & bone|
The previous property owner shot the wallabies that came onto the property and left the carcasses
in a creek bed. No shortage of bones for poochy.
|A bit windy. At the ferry terminal waiting to return.|
|A 2 car collision in the city of Hobart caused a bottle neck for kms and hours. |
This view to Bellerive - our AirBnb - across the waters to
the Bellerive Yacht Club in Kangaroo Bay.
|The snaking traffic can be seen below.|
|The marina from our AirBnb|
|Mawson Huts Replica Museum - Hobart|
|This little fellow migrated from the museum display onto the back of my hand.|
Translucent wings with arty face design.
|In Mawsons Hut - I have a copy of the book|
'Photography For Novices - The Primus Handbook', publ:1902
|The Windeward Bound|
The Windeward Bound SS
Australia's Antartic Ship Aurora Australis
The image of the sailing ship below is from a glass plate negative held in my collection.
A friend identified it, subject to confirmation, as the May Queen, and the Port as Hobart.
The May Queen is an historic sailing ship currently moored at the wharf in Hobart as the photos
|from the glass plate negative|
|Historic information plaque alongside the wharf in Hobert|
|The May Queen SV|