Great Bay, Bruny Island, TAS
We had a great time in Tassie before Christmas, but, truth be told, we didn’t get the best weather. Our day on Bruny Island was spent largely in the mist, not being able to see too far ahead. We had a great time though – the Bruny Island Cheese and Beer Company was a highlight 😊 Love their Cloudy Bay IPA!!! We were returning in the afternoon to catch the ferry when I saw a mass of bright green seaweed on the rocks, which was a welcome relief of colour to the overall scene. This image took a lot of getting. Many, many frames taken, and many wipe downs of the lens to remove the drizzle that was being blown in many directions at once. And those rocks were slippery!
I just love the fact that an island as lovely as Bruny would be in the sunshine can still be awesome in other kinds of weather.
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Somewhere in outback NSW. aka: the valley of 🌈🌈🌈 after a 6 month break from #tentlife on the Gold Coast, we had decided to turn around and head back to WA for work commitments. So this was us mid 2015 going back to the red earth that owned a piece of us. 🏜
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