The music is delightful and the video gives you glimpses inside this wonderful historical home. I hope you enjoy. Thanks to Brand Tasmania for uploading it for us all to enjoy!
There are so many beautiful buildings around Tasmania, that I have decided to try and capture their beauty and essence. This can be tricky but I am determined to try and photograph them and share them here with you all, so that you can see and learn a little more about where we live.
These images are of St Mary’s College, Harrington Street, Hobart. From the moment we moved to Tasmania, We have been captivated by the beauty and splendour of this beautiful building. As you drive up the one way street, which is Harrington Street as soon as you pass Brisbane Street, so are immediately struck with its beauty and elegance. I thought I would share this with you today!
Today we went down to Port Arthur to have a look around. We had been there the day before, but due to high winds and bad weather, the settlement was actually closed. So after much disappointment at not being able to go inside, we returned today to give it another go at gaining entry. In Convict times, being able to escape from Port Arthur, would have been the issue, but now a days, it looked like the tables had turned as yesterday we could not get in!
Anyway, the weather today was beautiful. The sun shone for most of the day while we where at the historical site, and even the wind managed to stay under control. We started out with a walking tour guide, who explained the workings of Port Arthur and the history behind it. Her name was Caitlin and she was very engaging. The Tour lasted for around 40 minutes before we all disbanded and set off on our own adventures to discover the buildings and ruins.
Here are some photos of our day out at Port Arthur.