There And Back Again

Just back from another visit to Tasmania – our third in just over a year.

In The Pink

In The Pink. Salamanca Market, Hobart Tasmania. Olympus EM-10 with 17mm f2.8 lens. 1/250, f4 at ISO 400.

Pink and Yellow

Pink and Yellow, Salamanca Market, Hobart, Tasmania. Olympus EM-10 with 17mm f2.8 lens. 1/400 sec, f4, ISO 400.

Despite being cold and wet Salamanca Markets was its usual funky self and pink fairy floss and strange fury hats were the order of the day.

Clothes Tree

Clothes Tree. Salamanca Markets, Hobart, Tasmania. Olympus EM-10 with 17mm f2.8 lens. 1/160, f4, ISO 400.

As usual the scenery didn’t fail to disappoint, and like always I just wish that I’d had more time and better range of equipment than I had on hand.

Baranjay

Baranjay, Franklin, Tasmania. Olympus EM-10 with 40-150mm F4.0-5.6 lens.

 

Sea Shells By The Sea Shore

Sea Shells By The Sea Shore, Primrose Sands, Tasmania. Olympus EM-10 with 17mm F2.8 lens. 1/50 sec, f22, ISO 200.

No One Home

No One Home, Randalls Bay. Olympus EM-10 with 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 lens. 1/100 sec, f6.3, ISO 400.

Then there was the usual close encounter of the animal kind. The wildlife in Tassie is amazing and thankfully not all of it lies dead on the side of the road.

Eastern Quoll

The eastern quoll (Dasyurus viverrinus), also known as the eastern native cat, is a medium-sized carnivorous marsupial native to Australia. Olympus EM-10 with 40-150mm F4.0-5.6 lens. 1/15 sec, f5.1 at ISO 12800!!

Well I guess there’s only one thing for it – the global photographic juggernaut that is Paul Amyes Photography (PAP) is now relocating to the southern beaches of Tasmania. We apologise profusely in advance for the break in our regular programming schedule and hope to get everything back online Telstra permitting.

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