Safety Cove Tasmania | MM 2 – 33

I have been quiet on my blog for a week or so due to being on holidays in Tasmania, land of natural beauty but not great with wi-fi or Vodafone connectivity for that matter. Because of this in most places it has been hard to keep up so I have let it go. We are at present in Launceston home of reasonably quick wi-fi and communication with the outside world. I have taken the good fortune to post this weeks Monochrome Madness photo.

This week’s photo is from Port Arthur We were just cruising down a road to see what we could find, it was misting with rain on and off and I just happened to see this around a corner and we stopped the car.

No sooner had I taken the photo than the mist grew thicker and it started to rain again. Luckily you can just make out Cape Pillar in the distance before it was whited out. A gorgeous place I have to say given that it was misting with rain most of the time we were there.  I quite liked the tracks made by humans and animals along the sand.  We were there reasonably early in the morning but someone had already come and gone.  I’ll post the colour version for Friday Foto so you can see what it looks like in colour.

I will be back in a couple of weeks time to the online world and will start posting about my trip. We are off to Cradle Mountain tomorrow and then to the west coast to Strahan. Cant wait.  (For more monochrome images for this week, please head to Leanne Cole’s blog here).

See you around the next corner! …..

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  1. Beautiful photo Kaz! Have a lovely trip.


  2. Stunning photo Kaz 🙂 Glad your having a good time in Cornwall – whoops!! – wrong Launceston 🙂 Enjoy the rest of your trip, looking forward to seeing more of your photos!


  3. wow … lonely but has a sense of calmness .. 🙂


  4. Lovely swooping lines, a nice sense of calm…


  5. That is absolutely beautiful!! Can’t wait to see it in color!


  6. I Love the monchrome really suits the photo. Been nice weather up North yesterday & today (a flying work trip) so hope the Cradle was kind to you, and so looking forward to your photos of there.

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  7. this is perfect in mono! I love the light and the reflection!


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