Two weeks in Tasmania and not a sign of rain! The workshop was great and all the foul weather plans were unnecessary – talk about lucky. After we all said goodbye in Launceston, Dianne and I found our truck in the car park of Launceston Airport and headed south to explore some more of Tasmania.port arthur

Port Arthur from the cold waters of the bay.

oatlands mill

Oatlands Mill

island of the dead

Island of the Dead – Port Arthur

hells gates

Hells Gate Lighthouse on a rare sunny day.


Six obedient seagulls – Bruny Island


Long forgotten graves


Fog towards Cradle Mountain

winter wood

Winter wood – New Norfolk

graves ross

Convict graves – Ross

georgetown lighthouse

Low Head lighthouse


Ripples on the Gordon River


Shop Dummy – Ross

cradle mt

Painting at Dove Lake – Cradle Mountain

bootmaker otlands

Architectural Minimalness -Oatlands


Bichneo fishing boats


Architectural Practicalness – Zeehan

tamar banks

Banks of the Tamar


Cheap Beer


Port Arthur get away car

ross church

Archictectural Impressiveness – Ross


Architectural Awesomeness – Rosebury

4 thoughts on “TASMANIA

  1. Beautiful photos, awsome nature. I was hoping for one or two of your demonstration pieces as well. Your vision of nature transformed into paintings is something I always look forward to very much. Your painting style is again and again a feast for the eyes and the soul.
    Best regards,

  2. John, I’m loving the black and white photos… they really add to the character of the place! I made it to Invercargill once on a backpack trip through New Zealand. Thought about making our way across to Tasmania but couldn’t work it out…. you’ve filled in some of the “visual holes” for me. Thanks for sharing these. They are so unique!
    Bill Dunn
    San Diego

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