My mind looks at the world as one big picture, while i was driving I spotted this cow and thought now this cow has a paddock with a view! I had to do a u turn and capture it. I know its nothing spectacular but everything we do instantly becomes a memory, I like to capture what I see, if its on my phone camera, my little sports camera or my good camera i just want to capture the moment. 📲📸🐮
Jalan-jalan ke The Devonport Regional Gallery yang merupakan hasil evolusi dari The Little Gallery. Galeri ini didirikan oleh Jean Thomas pada tahun 1966, visinya adalah menjadikan galeri ini sebagai pusat seni dan aktivitas masyarakat.
Ga heran kalau banyak aktivitas di galeri ini. Selain pameran, ada workshop, kegiatan untuk anak usia 1-4 tahun & SD - SMP 😻
Juga ada The DROOGS - The Devonport Regional Gallery’s Young Members Committee. The DROOGS lahir di tahun 2009, menawarkan beragam proyek seni di komunitasnya untuk mendorong rasa memiliki di antara generasi muda terhadap galeri.
Siapa saja bebas mengunjungi galeri yang terletak di tengah kota Devonport, #tasmania ini dengan memberikan sejumlah donasi.
Friday 19th || our last full day in beautiful Tasmania. We headed down to Port Arthur today with lots of exploring along the way. We stopped by Richmond to checkout the oldest bridge in Australia, had a wonder along the river bank watching the ducks swim by and the busy bees flying around. We had a look at the wood shop and also stopped for another scallop pie and a vanilla slice before we headed on our way. We then took the scenic route down to the different blowholes and lookouts in Port Arthur and White Beach area. The drone went for another quick fly today over White Beach to flatten the batteries ready for our BIG fly home tomorrow. #tasmania#exploretasmania#nqtotassie#adventuresofmaddyandmick#madisonmagatelliphotography
#MOFO2018 ready! Slight bruising and bite look to the skin from a few days with ‘bitey’ things and rocks but so happy to be down south on the Island. Can’t quite leave the forests so sporting the compromise - a forest flanny dress :| Loving the 1972 @peugeot 404 and cruising down the old streets of Battery Point. The accommodation is quaint, I wonder if things will go bump in the night? I’ve walked a Hobart ghost tour and there are many places the locals claim to be ‘occupied’ by the deceased. Ooooh spooky fun in #Tasmania#oldcars#dresses#travelersnotebook#exploretasmania#partytime#frocks#vandiemensland#fun#hobart#lovethiscity ❤️👻🎻🎨🎧🎼
4 hours and 40 minutes, 1km elevation, in 30° degree heat, most strenuous day-walk in Tasmania, other facts. Climbing ropes, rock scrammbling, fun, exciting, tiring, intense, more adjectives. Good times. @courtneydadson & @pamelalynam
📍: Devonport, TAS.
My first drone flight in Tassie was over an epic Poppy Farm. It was just outside Devonport (where the Spirit of Tassie docks) and right by the main road to Cradle Mountain, which I found very surprising.
I’m a curious man, so did a little research, and here’s what I’ve learned: “The Tasmanian opium poppy farming industry was established in Tasmania in 1966.
Farms in Tasmania produce about 50% of the world's licit poppy straw that is later refined into opiates such as morphine and codeine.
Tasmanian Alkaloids is Tasmania's largest corporate grower of opium poppies.” Nice work Tassie!
Looking back over the #westernarthurs . This picture was taken from High Moor looking back over the range. We hiked over each of those peaks the prior 3 days. Pretty remarkable to see where we came from the day prior and how long it took. We averaged about 5kms a day once you get up on the range. #australia#tasmania
Thursday 18th || today was spent beach hopping around Swansea and the surrounding areas. First off we stopped by Skeleton Beach, next was a walk along Binalong Bay on the most gorgeous white sand and clear blue water I have ever seen. After we headed through the sweet little town of St Helens towards the Mt. Elephant Pancake Barn for some delicious crepes and ice cream (cinnamon and apple for myself and Banana Caramel Swirl for Mick). Off to Winebay we headed with our tummys full of crepes and looking forward to a quick wonder around Freycinet National Park where we unexpectedly seen a baby wallaby and also enjoyed the view towards Wineglass Bay and the Lighthouse. On the way home we stopped by Coles Bay and seen the funniest little sea bird on the rocks cleaning his feathers. #tasmania#nqtotassie#exploretasmania#adventuresofmaddyandmick#madisonmagatelliphotography
Yes we are hopelessly devoted to butter. We are the ones who churn the cream, who wrap it up lovingly in those gold foil packets and the ones who drive all over the state to drop off your fave small batch butter. You've even probably seen us and our hands (which can be sometimes tired or strained from said butter making) at the local markets in Launceston and Hobart. Oh yes – we can't get enough of butter.
There are 2 boardwalked walks from the picnic area at Hastings Caves. The 10 minute one has platypus in it that are active. The 30 minute has a section where you can feel the difference between a hot & cold spring. Bring a picnic & sizzle a sausage on the BBQ. There’s a wood fire on to toast off marshmallows- you can pick up a $2 bag at the cafe. Today the pool has been shut for maintenance scheduled to reopen tomorrow 19th - Friday. however you can still use the change rooms, hot showers, BBQs , picnic areas and Forest walks- and currently they are wavering the $5 access fee due to the pool closure. Cafe visitor centre has free wifi, Coffee, toasted sandwiches, and our famous lemonade scones with double cream and Tasmanian raspberry jam. Always a welcome stop. In addition the guided tours run hourly- check the website for current times.