Monday, 24 June 2013

Grindelwald. Tasmania.

More of Sunday's photos at Grindelwald, Tasmania. Australia. 
I was pleased with the reflections.


Looking towards the shops, the putt putt and barbecue area.


The Spinning Water Wheel...at least it's sharp!


The Chapel and reflection.  There used to be swans in this lake, alas I didn't see any this time.


Bridge and a nice reflection.


The Bridge which was when I took the Wedding Photos was broken, thank goodness it's repaired.


The end of the Lake.


The Chapel, (back and side) and Lake


Sweet little Chapel. I did the photography for a Wedding here a couple of years ago.


The Tamar River, Rosevears, Tasmania. Australia.

14 comments:

  1. more great photos. must be a really good camera. i use my mobile phone these days. a samsung galaxy. it takes quite passable photos but is in the shade with these :)

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    1. Thanks F. It's a good camera. I also use my phone camera sometime too...they take an ok photo.

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  2. Great reflection - you are having lots of fun with your new camera.

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    1. Thanks Rosemary. Oh having great fun....more fun at the weekend, I have been commissioned to take photo's on Sunday :)

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  3. Oh M these are fantastic I love the reflections and the muntain range in the back round of the last shot. Fantastic shots. xxoo G

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    1. Thanks :) I like reflection if you can get them...Hug M xoxox

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  4. nice shot of the bridge and the water

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    1. Thanks Adam. The bridge has en renovated thank goodness..

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  5. It looked like a super fine day with that brilliant blue sky. The reflections are awesome.

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    1. Was an excellent day to taking reflections..thanks.

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  6. Great serie of reflections and what a beautiful region.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  7. Great photos the bridge ones are my favourite ones.............

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    1. Thanks Jo-Anne, and reflections are usually lovely.

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