Of all the old, rundown houses I’ve found in Hobart, this is my absolute favourite, but I can’t really explain … Continue reading Dream home
The shortest day, the darkest night, Hobart comes to life, shrugs off the cold and celebrates the Winter Solstice by … Continue reading Dark MoFo 2022
A few quick shots in Hobart with the Pen-F. I’ve started using that cute little dial on the front, you … Continue reading Random rush
I continue the mystery camera photo-walk around the wharf … This camera is smaller and lighter than the OM-1 and … Continue reading Mystery Mono 2
Mystery camera photo-walk part one.I start off in Franklin Square and head towards the Hobart Docks. Something different from me, … Continue reading Mystery in mono part 1
Not fungi, Cascade Brewery located on Hobart Rivulet under the shadow of kunanyi/Mt Wellington is Australia’s oldest brewery! And lastly … Continue reading Oldest Aussie brewery
Three more edits … Continue reading More Midlands
Let’s not get too dramatic, just an end of the year wrap up from me 😀 I’ve been somewhat quiet … Continue reading The End is Nigh!
Hobart’s new “Parliament Square” opened a week or three ago. With clouds rolling across the glass, the reflected sky caught … Continue reading Sky’s the limit
(10 photos) – While the previous post featured Hobart Cityscapes, we now move a little closer with some Streetscapes! A … Continue reading Hobart streets
Out of the bush for now, and into the ‘burbs. I spend 5 hours every week-day driving around Hobart’s suburbs … Continue reading Dilapidated dwellings
(Part1, 7 photos) – Eight of us spent the long weekend at Cradle Mountain, with weather much clearer than our … Continue reading Return to Cradle Country
Built In 1980 by the Hobart City Council, the West Hobart “Snake” bowl was the second of it’s kind in … Continue reading Skate the Snake
(Part 2, 10 Photos) – Ambling onward with the promise of food and beer, the track heads inland around one … Continue reading Cliff walk continues
A couple of posts ago I lamented some – rather major – technical issues and possible loss of data including … Continue reading Data Recovery!
Port Arthur is one of Tasmania’s top tourist attractions. It has a brutal history that dates back just over 200 … Continue reading Rock Shelter
(11 Photos) – We called in to this iconic shop just before we headed off home late in the afternoon. … Continue reading Maydena. Store, closed.
(Part 1 – 9 photos) – We set off early afternoon with an uneventful 4.5 hour drive to Cradle Mountain … Continue reading Welcome to Cradle Mountain
Yay me, I’m a pro! Yesterday I sold my first image from this website 🙂 A large corporation contacted me … Continue reading SALE!
On my recent post where I saw the light, my mate was disappointed I didn’t bother to venture over to … Continue reading More on MONA