Wednesday, 30 May 2018

More of Punchbowl Reserve, Launceston

Still at Punchbowl Reserve and to me it looks gorgeous in Autumn.











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    1. :) pretty in autumn and only a stones throw from home.

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  2. What a beautiful, beautiful place!

    Can not get tired looking at it.

    : ))

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  3. El otoño es una preciosa estación, los colores de otoño son maravillosos.

    Besos

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  4. Such a beautiful place, lovely photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  5. I suppose you saw the ABC news this morning 30/5...... Tasmania
    is winning tourism and native habitat awards galore.
    You can see the evidence in these magnificent and carefully maintained
    parks.
    No wonder the tourism boom is exploding on the "Apple Isle".
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Wasn't Tomic - "The Sour Tanking Engine - graceful in defeat at Roland Garros and thankfully Australia and the World was spared the antics of Kyrgios!
      I believe there is a God in heaven and he is working well!!!!

      "The Cat Woman" needs a clothing advisor - ha ha. She must have thought she was in a gymnastics competition - ha ha
      Colin

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    2. Colin, no I didn't hear the news that morning, but am aware of our tourist popularity :)
      Haven't caught up with the tennis as yet - was out early this morning and no news until I read what you have said and now have telly on on my computer and did see cat women :)

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  6. That's at least three beautiful parks in greater Launceston.

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    1. That's true Andrew...we are lucky here to have such well maintained ones at that.

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  7. It's beautiful, think I'll go to Google Earth and see what it looks like from above.

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  8. I really like your new design--- and Your pictures are quite fine. It's good to have be blog "friends".

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    1. Thanks for that. My blog needed a change to me anyway..

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    1. Certainly man made with most trees and the lawn etc. There is a creek at the side of the park..

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  10. `Margaret: And Aussie followers.
    On the ABC(Sunday.3rd June) at 7.40 pm Sir David Attenborough with one of his
    incredible nature documentaries in showcasing Tasmania's wilderness etc.
    Should be as his documentaries are EXCELLENT.
    Colin

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    1. Thanks Colin, it should be absolutely wonderful - will record it.

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  11. Has captado un espacio de gran belleza, amiga...

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  12. Oh dear Margaret i thoroughly LOVED your photos ,so POETICALLY captured

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    1. Thanks Baili...I had a wonderful time taking the photos

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  13. The change of colours look beautiful. Autumn is my most favourite season of the year.

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    1. It does look good, the only way to get such colour is my introduced trees.,

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