Thanks again to Gary and Pat from Willow Bend Estate ‘Tynwald’ who looked after Luie and I on the last night of our trip. This is a great place to stay or just book a meal in the restaurant.
To quote their information, “Tynwald sits on 40 riverfront acres, and was built early in 1830 by John and Martha Terry as a celebration of success in the flour milling industry. Much of its Victorian charm comes from a later owner the politician William Moore in the 1890’s. He added the central tower, the lacework verandas and wide bay windows over-looking the views and garden.”
Had to take some shots of the place and post here.
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Thanks to the guys at Hawley’s Gingerbread House in Devonport who looked after us while the ferry was delayed. Interesting chat about the state of Tasmanian economic and environmental affairs. More about Hawley’s here.
If you are in Devonport drop in for a coffee.
For those following the Twitter feed it will come as no surprise that a new set of images from Tasmania is stating to appear as printed items as well as online in the Flickr feed.
After a trip to Tassie with my son Luie last week I have been going through shots taken to produce images suitable for framing. Dawn shots from Cradle Mountain and Liffey Falls will be the first to appear for sale online. These two are currently being produced as 900mm wide images on Cotton Rag paper and Ultrachrome K3 digital.
As well as these images I have uploaded some to Flickr of the more interesting places we visited.