Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Swansea, Tasmania

Swansea looking towards Freycinet National Park over Oyster Bay, Tasmanian East Coast.








37 comments:

  1. HBello Margaret,
    Wonderful pictures.
    The last is great and a very nice place for a sit.

    Greetings, Marco

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  2. Las luces son muy buenas en estas fotografía, sobretodo en la primera y la última.

    Besos

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  3. Wow! These are wonderful photographs of beautiful scenery. I love the sea. It's my dream to have a house with a sea view. Something for the future.

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    1. Thank you. Always lovely looking over the sea and watching as they sky, sea changed with the weather.

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  4. Very pretty and I think a cooler place to be today than here.

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    1. Maybe Andrew, it's reported to be 34 deg C at Swansea today, similar to Melbourne.

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  5. Quite a guard of honour on the bridge by the birds!
    Obviously not "Indian Myna's" - the "Einsatzgruppe" mass
    murderers of native birds in Australian and seemingly everyone
    sits on their hands and does nothing about these killers.
    You should see me in action when they invade my bottle brush tree
    and rip the blooms off so as the loorikeets have no nectar to drink!
    No one can swing a broom as well as me - ha ha! So far unfortunately no
    "home runs" !
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Seems you have had a lot of practice then Colin swinging that broom :)

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    2. We are VERY attached that broom and I!! Ha ha.

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  6. I'm so far behind the eight-ball and am trying to catch up.

    I hope you're not being threatened by those devastating bushfires down your way, Margaret. Take good care....stay safe.

    Beautiful photos, by the way. :)

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    1. Thanks Lee.
      No bushfires near us at all, thank goodness...many are raging out of control as there is so much bushland where the fires are. House and farms, small towns are being saved so far..

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  7. I could sit on that seat and watch the ocean and watch the ocean and watch the ocean and....

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    1. You know River I thought of you when taking the photo and how you would love to site there most evening and look at the sea and sunset also sunrise.

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  8. Serene and really inviting place dear Margaret!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i just want to be there
    thank you soooooo much for beautiful sharing!

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  9. I agree--- Baili is right. Serene and inviting.

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  10. Great pics!!
    The one with the bench reminds me of a spot near Lake Ontario where I sit very often. The view is so similar! Incredible!

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  11. I wouldn't mind sitting a while on that bench :)

    All the best Jan

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    1. On warm evenings it would be good to sit there every night, well most as the sky, mountains and sea would always look different.

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