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Tasmania

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Separate Prison chapel, separate partitions for each prisoner. Glacier Rock protrudes into Dove Lake, behind Cradle Mountain is shrouded by cloud. Stream trickles down through the Ballroom Forest. Old walls and stonework at the Port Arthur convict prison. Pond in the grounds of the Port Arthur convict prison. What appears to be Spanish Moss, tillandsias, growing around Dove Lake. Daffodils in the garden of the Commandant’s house. Across the low roof of the penitentiary to the officers’ quarters at Port Arthur convict prison. Lichen loving the granite exposures. A contrast of colors; the deep blue of the crystal clear sea and the orange algae stained rocks. Panorama of the southern end of Dove Lake. The Asylum and Separate Prison in the grounds of the Port Arthur Convict prison. Mossy banked dryish creek bed in WeindorferŐs Forest. Signal hill, old signaling semaphore at the Port Arthur convict prison. Twisted lichen and moss covered tree in the forest. Nice textures of mosses and wet rocks. Button grassed slope becomes snowgum patch and beyond snow patched Wombat Peak. Inside a cell of the Separate Prison. Northern end of Dove Lake, just after official sunrise, but no sun visible. Branched lichen on old fence. Lichen and moss reclaim fallen trees on the forest floor. Impressive Tasman Arch natural rock formation. Country church, St John the Baptist. Tidal flats and algae of the Tessellated Pavement. Isle of the Dead, a cemetery of Port Arthur convict prison. Twisted and mossy tree in the damp lakeside forest. Low and weak sun slips behind the old wall of the prison hospital. Fast flowing small stream feeding into Dove Lake. Looking back out to sea over the narrow cleft in the coast, the Devils Kitchen natural rock formation. Tasman Arch natural rock formation.

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