Sunday, 29 July 2012

Brown Sugar

Kalbarri, Western Australia

Rare Tasmanian Long Necked Sheep (lol)

Richmond Bridge, Tasmania

A plunk of ukeleles

An old man of Launceston City Park, Tasmania

Ankle snappers I saw in a store.

Cement Mixer at Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania.
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  1. I like them. My favourite is the iron wheels, is it a train chassis? I like when I look at a picture and see lots of triangular shapes. Funny that when the focal point is the circles of the wheels.

  2. LOVE your photos. That cement truck must have to a LOT of work and deep thought; it's amazing.

  3. John: yes they were from old trains. We have a section of our city called the railyards which was is the centre of the arts and museum precinct. It is now a useable use of what was once a wasteland of dead trains.

    Thanks Becky: The cement mixer is all filigree rusty metal. very impressive I must say.

  4. Beautiful photos Deb. I've only been to Tassie once but well remember that Richmond Bridge. I loved Richmond. So pretty.

  5. Great photos Deb. Love that bridge at Richmond. Better still love Tassie and can't wait to get back there.

  6. Another lovely gathering of photos Deb. I love those cloth dolls - can imagine them being painstakingly being hand sewn :D)

  7. Loving your photos! Love that lab! what a face .... and the long necked sheep hehehe.
    cheers Wendy