Sunday, January 2, 2011

Two From Tasmania

An almost record short post from me tonight.
Just so you know I am having a great holiday.
These are two piccies I have taken today, here in Tasmania.
The first is of an 1830s stone jetty at Low Head Pilot station on the Tamar River.The second was taken at St Helen's Point in the evening, shame it is a bit cold for a dip.Thanks everyone for their comments over the past couple of days. Internet connectivity here is just too bad to spend much time online. And as you can see there are other things to look at other than a netbook screen :-)

12 comments:

Old Kitty said...

Tasmania looks so wild and lovely!!! Great shots as always - but no skinny dipping please! LOL!!

Awww will you see any of their Devils?? Poor things are struggling against this cancer disease aren't they!??! I think they're just lovely and hope they survive this illness!!!

I'm rambling now - it must be lunch!

Enjoy your holiday!! Take care
x

Vicki Rocho said...

You always have fabulous pictures here when I come by. It's an Eye Candy Blogfest everyday!

Enjoy your time away.

The Words Crafter said...

It may be cold, but it's certainly beautiful! Glad you're having fun!

Raquel Byrnes said...

I love pictures of jetty's and shores. They're so full of promise. Your pictures were no exception...great entry.
Edge of Your Seat Romance

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Al - Great pictures .. they sure knew how to build things that stayed in place for many many years ..

Glad you're enjoying the break - beautiful place to be in .. cheers Hilary

Theresa Milstein said...

Love the two crescent-shaped photos. Glad to know you're having a good holiday. Happy 2011!

Hart Johnson said...

Looks gorgeous! I hope you and your family are having a great holiday!

Rebecca E. said...

I envy you and your wanderings through this lovely land.

Kathleen Jones said...

Have a great holiday Al! Bring back some good pics so that we can all share!

Lisa said...

Isn't it supposed to be the height of summer there? I hear Tasmania is beautiful--hope you're having a great time!

L'Aussie said...

These pics are great Al. I remember taking a boat out for fresh oysters off St Helens. Can you still do that I wonder? I remember the water was as clear as crystal. Enjoy your holiday!

Happy New Writing Year!

Carolyn V. said...

It looks so amazing! I hope you're having a great time!