September 24, 2010


These few photos were taken in Tasmania a few weeks ago.

Mount Wellington © Evelyn Howard 2010

On Saturday mornings, the Salamanca Market in Hobart occupies this space and this road is closed to traffic. It is a food and craft market. My husband and I bought some nice woollen stuff to keep warm.  Up ahead, the peak of Mount Wellington is covered with snow – a pretty sight.

Tasmania © Evelyn Howard 2010

On the way to the airport, our friends organised lunch at a vineyard. It was a gorgeous lunch and the view was lovely.

Tasmania © Evelyn Howard 2010

I am not sure what these structures are, but they sure stand out in the landscape.

Have a happy weekend.


ps. I have my first private Japanese language lesson on Monday! It’s going to be a busy weekend revising what I have learnt previously, and getting organised for the class. It’s all very exciting!


Kala said...

Such a lovely place. And all the best with your lesson!

Sadami said...

Dear Evelyn,
Oh, my illustrator friend is living in Tasmania! Thank you for beautiful photos. I hope you will enjoy Japanese. Have fun!=楽しんでね。
All the best, Sadami

DawnTreader said...

Interesting pictures, thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Such gorgeous shots - the air looks so clear and crisp!

Enjoy your Japanese class.

LV said...

Wonderful sights from your part of the world today. Love seeing what happens there.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots. In the first picture, the sight of mountains in the background is superb.

Evelyn said...

@ Thanks Sadami, now I learn a new word :).

rainfield61 said...

I have learned Japanese for a few hours. Haha...

Luckily I do not need to know Japanese language in order to enjoy Nature.

Happy weekend.

Francisca said...

Evelyn... these are super shots... I especially like that middle sky shot with the posts. The who knows what structures look interesting. I am getting into my head that I want to visit Tasmania... read a novel based there not long ago. Good luck with your Japanese lessons. There's nothing like an immersion course, though... go live in Kyoto for a few months. ;-)

Evelyn said...

@Francisca: Yes, it would be great to go to Japan for a few months :)... will work on that!!!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Great photos Evelyn. The structures in your last photo look like an operational antenna dish. (Photo was taken at the CDSCC last year)

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