More photos of a Sunday drive when staying in Huonville Tasmania. Once again as we drove along.
Isn't it amazing how often a chimney still stands long after the house has gone...
That is so true, you would think the owners of the land would remove those chimneys. Makes me wonder who lived there and why the remains are left there.
Doesn't look like a densely populated area.
It's not Duta as it's farmland.
That old chimney is pretty amazing. I wonder how long it took to build, brick upon brick.
Los desplazamientos de un lado para otro, nos hace conocer buenos paisajes.Besos
You get the idea of the country farmland.
I'm enjoying your Sunday drives.I do like your third photograph with the chimney - or what's left of it.Enjoy the rest of your week.All the best Jan
Thanks Jan, I nearly missed that chimney as we drove along.
Margaret, Tasmania has made me curious to know more about that place. I did not know that it is a very small island. I googled for information, found the map herehttps://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/af/Tazziemap.pngNow I know where you've beenGreetings from Argentina
Wonderful Norma, thank you for doing that. I think I once put a map of Tasmania on the blog but it was a long time ago. It is just a dot in the ocean on a large map is Tasmania but it takes several months or even years to see most of Tasmania. It's a lovely place to live, not that I've lived anywhere else other than other places in Australia for a month or weeks, days at a time.
The first house looks very grand. I love coming across a remaining chimney where a house once stood. Better still if there is an old rosebush surviving.
Beautiful looking house is that one, think it's used for camps or something like that. Amazing to see a rose bush near a chimney and I've often seen plenty.
And once again, you have done it! Beautiful photos of a beautiful area...thank you. :)
Thank you Lee.
I think Tasmania is a beautiful island.It doesn't look like a densely populated area.Here in the Netherlands, 18 million people live in this small country.Greetings Irma
A lot of farmland, forests, heritage areas in Tasmania and the population isn't large at all. There is approximately 521,000 people living on the Island with the area being about 90,758 sq km.
Gostei destas belas fotos.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
I think I would have to stop the car and walk fora while.
lovely drive dear Margaret ,thanks for beautiful virtual tour ,loved the lush area ,wanted to be there at once :) hugs and blessings
Lovely scenes! I bet that old chimney could tell a few stories :)
Buena serie de imagenes, amiga
Um passeio que deu belas fotografias.Gostei.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Natural beauty with beautiful buildings (houses) look great. Australia is a really beautiful country.
Looks beautiful My daughter and SIL are there at the moment. They are in Ranelagh.
Really, that's where the caravan park is Diane.
A lovely drive to enjoy the country side.
Very nice. There is a lot of interesting sights to see on your Sunday drive.
Definitely and no matter where you go there is always something to photograph.
Se ve precioso, me gusta mucho Margaret. Besos.
Always such a weekend trip gives a lot of joy and pleasure. This large brick fireplace looks interesting, you can see that it is already old and very tormented ... :))Have a nice week.
Yes the chimney is old and it always makes me wonder who lived there in the house that's now gone.
Beautiful landscapes and farms. I loved the first house.
I even liked the first house Maria.
Thank you for calling and your comment."No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." Aesop