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Tasmania

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Stalactites, straws and stalagmites. Derailed. Old cottage at Freycinet vineyard. Ruins of the hospital at Port Arthur convict prison. Boats offshore Killiecrankie village, in front of Mount Killiecrankie. Handmade clay bricks at the Port Arthur convict prison, mortar outlasting the bricks. View north from Mount Killiecrankie summit, Limestone Bay and part of Blyth Point. Patch of daffodils growing in the shade of the hospital. Rocks, tide pools and grasses at Bicheno. Convict barracks, VDL Company, Highfield. Fishing boats at wharf. Hard to see the tree for the moss. Small islands of the Furneaux Group in Bass Strait. Peppermint gum. Lichen abounds on old fence posts. Old Jessop and Appleby steam powered crane at Constitution Dock. Sun low over North East Rock beach. Up through fern frond. Trees hanging on to the edge of the Devils Kitchen natural rock formation cleft. Lion head rock on the side of Mount Killiecrankie. Smaller peak adjacent to Mount Killiecrankie, unofficially K2. Locomotive pushes empty train out of station. Corner turret at the guard tower complex at the convict prison. Grasses growing in the tide pools of the Tessellated Pavement. Flinders Island coast and Bass Strait north from the side of Mount Killiecrankie. Eerie sun light through sea mist. Old customs house. Alongside, boat at Constitution Dock. Rattling along. Northern end of Killiecrankie Bay. Moss covered water tank. Lobster pots piled up. Paving tile-like formation of the Tessellated Pavement. Wybalenna cemetery, seeming empty but the location of numerous unmarked graves. Fishing boat harbor and wharf at Bicheno. Small beach and settlement adjacent to the Tessellated Pavement. Remains of the once partitioned exercise yards in the Separate Prison. Tasmanian Devil, sarcophilus harrisii, considers ripping my leg off. Weindorfer's Waldheim guest lodge, rebuilt and preserved. Moss covered stunted trees on a Strzelecki Peaks saddle. Yacht prow. Horizontal stratification in the coastal natural rock formations adjacent to the Tasman Arch. Boats on Carnarvon Bay. Small creek lined by a mossy bank. Curled up among the lichen. You call that a blowhole? Granites, lichen and algae in Blyth Bay, Sisters Passage and Inner Sister Island. Elizabeth Street mall in downtown Hobart, cold, windy and shops for lease. Beyond the rocks and kelp of Cressy Beach to Great Oyster Bay and the Freycinet Peninsula. Dove Lake glimpsed through the mossy trees.

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