Saturday, September 11, 2010

Where we were today: Mount Wellington, Hobart

While we were up there the Australian Airforce "Roulettes" - four daredevils in single engine planes were flying a spectacular display over Hobart to remember the Battle of Britain.
A natural rock garden...
Yep, that's snow
Bitterly cold, wind incredible, cutting like a knife
Surely, Mt Wellington offers some of the world's best vistas - all of Southern Tasmania, in all directions...

3 comments:

2paw said...

Oh, hello at the other end of the island!! We could see the mountain from where I loved there as a child. Isn't it a great place?? Mind you, I do like where I live now: we have a Gorge!!! Hope you are having a wonderful time!!

Jo said...

What beautiful views, thanks for sharing Glenda. I don't think of Tasmania looking like anything in particular, its just "the island off Australia". My apologies to Tasmanians. Unfortunately I only really know it through geography lessons. I'm not surprised its cold up there.

gynie said...

that is kind of major creative inspiration ^^ it's beautiful !