Our Tasmanian Adventure – Day 10

This time we were up super early, I really wanted to capture sunrise at The Gulch (basically a marina of sorts), with the jetty, rock formations and magic reflections, it was a breathtaking sunrise at Bicheno. I don’t do it as often as I like, but I love to start the day off with a…

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In the Studio with Jayde – Fine Art Nude

CAUTION – Contains Nudity

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Barns or Any Dilapidated Buildings

So I have been away for a while, but now it is time to get back into the weekly challenges, my own little form of procrastination. As much as these challenges are fun and I really enjoy them I often find myself doing them, instead of work I should be doing, but keep putting off…or…

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Share Your World – 16th May 2018

Cee is back with another set of questions for this week… Complete this sentence: This sandwich could really use some …mustard, mayonnaise, black pepper? I guess it really does depend on the kind of sandwich, doesn’t it? I mean I would not out any of the above on a peanut butter sandwich. My standard sandwich…

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Our Tasmanian Adventure – Day 9

We drove back down to Coles Bay (from Bicheno)to catch the Wine Glass Bay Cruise, we were going to spend the next four hours on this lovely catamaran, we upgraded to the Sun Lounge – worth every cent; Private Deck, access to the pilot, our own waitress and bar staff and everything was included (lunch and…

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Our Tasmanian Adventure – Day 8

We allowed ourselves the luxury of a small sleep in, once we hit the road (from Swansea) we were on the trail of an elusive old wreck of a boat shed on Kelvedon Beach, actually it turned out it was not as hard as we had at first thought – we were over thinking things (like…

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Our Tasmanian Adventure – Day 7 (Part 2)

We arrived at the Port Arthur Historic Sites at 9am just as they were opening, we like to get to some of these places earlier, to avoid the crowds. We had blue skies and light winds, perfect for a mornings exploring. Port Arthur involved LOTS of walking and plenty of historic buildings in various forms…

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Monday’s Musings

It’s been a busy week back at work, and a busy weekend. It was so lovely just to exist for a for days before I went back to work last week, that is all but a dream now. Having nearly a month off work, meant a bit of playing catch-up, not that they were particularly busy…

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Regular Random – Mother’s Day Flowers

Today’s post is a bit later than normal, it is Mother’s Day here in Australia, making it a rather busy day, but I did receive some lovely flowers from my Youngest Daughter (who lives in Brisbane), hand delivered by my eldest Daughter who is still currently living with us, cheeky buggers – got to love…

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Our Tasmanian Adventure – Day 7 (Part 1)

Yet another early start as we wanted to go back to Remarkable Cave car park and fly the drone. We did two runs, one for video and one for photos, The Dolomite cliffs must have caused some interference, as we lost GPS signal at one point and the drone got blown out to sea. All good,…

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