Thursday, 29 October 2015

Boat Harbour, Tasmania, Australia

Back to Tasmania once again to Boat Harbour Beach which we visited recently.
Population is about 136 people.
The area of Boat Harbour is rich in agricultural, potatoes, bean, peas and cattle, sheep etc.

The beach has such silky sand and is rather white and very clean.
Sea is clear and a delightful colour which is not seen often.

Photos of the sea I use for Wallpapers for the phone, iPad and as screensavers.










The map gives some idea where Boat Harbour is in Tasmania.

38 comments:

  1. Lovely pictures, girlfriend. The beach looks so inviting!

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  2. Hello Margaret,
    Wonderful images.
    What is immediately striking is the clear blue sea. So amazing!!

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  3. Beautiful photos of the sea, sand, and waves. It is such a lovely shade of blue.

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    1. You don't often see that colour in the sea..there are a few in Tasmania like that, the other beaches are just ordinary.

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  4. Love those images. So much of Tasmania is beautiful. It is too long since I visited.

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  5. Super clear water, love the waves.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. Very clear. I of course captured many lovely waves and probably haven't shown the best one.

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  6. Margaret
    That is an incredibly pristine beach - almost picture perfect.
    Far better weather conditions when you recently took these
    pictures than it is here at present in Brisbane. A really
    miserable stay in bed day!
    Cheers
    Colin

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  7. Pristine is the only word that comes to my mind too. Better still, it is probably as clean as it looks.

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    1. It's the word to use. Down our east coast at Friendly Beaches there is another lovely beach, well it used to be.l

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  8. It is a luxury, find a secluded beach , the peace and tranquility, reigns in it.

    Kisses

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    1. Many of our beaches are secluded, summer time there are a lot more people but nothing like I have seen in photos of European beaches.

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  9. I'll just write what first came to mind and out of my mouth when I opened this post...."Ohhhhh....Ahhhh!"

    I think that just captures what I think in a nutshell. You surely captured the beauty through your camera.

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  10. That is absolutely stunning! Has a population a little higher than where I grew up ;-)

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    1. Oh how sweet. I will have to hunt the towns in the area and see if I can guess where you came from. My lips are sealed :)

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  11. I have a beach photo as my computer wallpaper too. I find water so restful to look at.

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    1. Oh, you do!
      I used to always look at the sea when at my late dads house...I miss looking at the sea..I sold that house..

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  12. I love your water photos, Margaret! I can practically hear and smell the water!

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  13. I would think that more people would want to live around a place like that. So, are the people really hateful around there or what? (LOL?)

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    1. Lol...you jest!
      Around that area is farm land..what a view from up on the hills...

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