Saturday, 2 January 2016

Tasman Arch, and Scenery

Tasman Arch down Eaglehawke Neck.  Down the southern part of Tasmania, Australia.
On a very rough day it's magic with sea spray.
We visited this area in November 2015





The Tasman Sea, then the Southern Ocean.
This is where the Yachts in the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race go.


Taken from same place but zoomed in a little.


At a beach, a couple being careful.


Way under the sea........

40 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful place. It is waaaaay too long since I have visited your lovely state.

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  2. Margaret lovely blue water which reminds meof Baltic Sea and summer. Have a great year...

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  3. Ilike that door, which opens into the rock, as input the sea.

    Kisses

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    1. Amazing how that happened hat happened with the arch...just natural.

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  4. Very picturesque as it appears is most of Tasmania.
    No doubt after that race down the southern coastline
    and across Bass Strait, a relief for the crews of the
    yachts to see for the tacking etc up the Derwent River
    to Constitution Dock.
    Colin

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    1. By the TV coverage everyone is pleased they made it to land in Hobart..
      There is usually a picture around every corner here..Colin.

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  5. Spectacular views. Happy New Year.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  6. The arch is dramatic and you look to be quite close to the edge of the cliff - the sea looks as if it has an eye looking back at you!

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    1. There is a viewing platform right there so easy to take a photo, and yes, very close..

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  7. The arch is majestic. Tasmania offers so much to tourists.

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    1. It is beautiful and so is the Devil's Kitchen which I didn't post a photo of..

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  8. These scenes are lovely and Tasmania beckons to me for a visit.

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  9. Oh there are certainly a lot of beautiful places to visit in Tasmania. Here's another one for my list.

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  10. I'm in love with that first photo! The layer upon layer of rock is just beautiful.
    The way under the sea photo is interesting, is that an eye I see looking at me in the top right quarter?

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    1. I have a few more photos with the layers of rock, but didn't post as you can see...
      No, no eye there but it sure looks as if there are a few..

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    1. Beautiful weather we are having and was excellent on the day I took the photos..

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  12. Very beautiful coastline. Wish I were there. (๑´▿`๑)♫•*¨*•.¸¸♪✧

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  13. Hi Margaret, it is a gorgeous place to visit. Love the blue water and scenic view.

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    1. It was really blue on that day, boats about as well, that is what has made the marks in the sea.

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  14. Stunning photos Margaret. Is the Tessilated Pavement somewhere near here? Such a stunning part of the world.

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    1. Yes the pavement is not that far away from the arch...lovely scenery down there.

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  15. Beautiful M. Happy New Year your header is beautiful you are so talented. All the best in 2016 my dear M. HUGS xo Grace

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  16. Stunning views Margaret and beautifully captured.

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