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Tasmania

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A and B wings of the Separate Prison from the central hub. The old boatshed on Dove Lake in front of the button grassed slope. Looking down on the Tessellated Pavement natural rock formation. Commandant’s house and gardens on the Port Arthur historic site. The moon through a window opening in the church. Old brick and stonework wall. Inside St David’s church in the Port Arthur convict prison precinct. Clear below the waterline, the old boatshed on Dove Lake. View east from the Tessellated Pavement. The circular outer wall of the Separate Prison and the Asylum. Setting sun highlights the misty low cloud and the mountains by the road down to Cradle Mountain national park. Smith O’Brien’s cottage at the Porh Arthur convict prison. Textures of Weindorfers Forest, moss covered tree trunks. Granite shore dips to crystal clear sea at Bicheno. Jetty cottage on the Port Arthur historic site. Tasmanian snowgum stands on the edge of the clear water of Dove Lake faintly lit by sunrise. View east from the Tessellated Pavement towards the Tasman Sea. Rusty bollard, once rotatable, and ropes at Port Arthur convict prison. Quiet southern end of Dove Lake. Moss growing on a quartz rich granite rock. Coarse sand of Dove Lake. Gentle swell rolls on to Mayfield Beach, early morning. Tree, rooted under water, surviving well. St John the Baptist Anglican church. Moss ground cover in Weindorfers Forest. Point Puer boys’ prison. Small rock arch at Webber Point off Cressy Beach. Garden bench seat, rest for the weary in the grounds of the convict prison. The small Port Arthur village on Carnarvon Bay. Government gardens and government offices and the church beyond.

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