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Discussion in 'Photos & Video' started by Craig Swanson, Dec 25, 2019.
view from my Hobart guesthouse
a lit up Tasman Bridge.
Craig & my Tassie buddie Jon at Mt Field Waterfall.
Nice pictures but what is a Tassie?
Same question. You've thrown off the southern women with an unknown international word.
Yeah! Speak English!
Tasmania. You know where the cartoon character Tassie Devil comes from. We Aussies always abbrevriate words.
Then y'all are not very cluey
Why? It's not as if y'all don't have plenty of vowels.
Cluey? Them's fighting words, Buster!
I expect you may have heard of the Australian Antarctic explorer Douglas Mawson. This series of pics taken at the Mawson Museum, Hobart. are authentic replicas of his actual hut.
Mawson and his crew's Antarctic hut.
Hey @Craig Swanson
Dont ya no ya gotta .....”please explain” .....now who said that ???? ...oh that was Pauline ........
go easy on Pauline I like her but I better not say why ,cause I feel.the SAME as her .. but if I say it I’ll get the big
YOUR BANNED BANNER. next time I try to clock on here ......
You @ me know wat you mean by Tassie it’s that place where they have two heads or have to show ya the scar where they have had the second one removed ..,hi time to start educating these people who don’t no better
and I lived right across the big waters in Melbourne till bout ...no I’ve forgot to many years ago
My local expert Jon took me to a museum of modern art just outside of Hobart that is supposed to be all the rage. I knew from the moment I had to pay not $10 entry fee but $30 that my day was going to be a disaster. This place was huge and I sure got some exercise walking its many exhibitions.. but they were oh so boring. There were two tho that clicked with me the Egyptian statue and a water display which spelt out words as it cascaded to the floor.
This scene of hundreds of black swans on the upper Derwent River fascinated me.
Feeding the fish at a Salmon Farm north of Hobart.
The oldest bridge in Tasmania.. perhaps Australia.