WP Walls

I choose Tasmania for my walls, as I am missing Tasmania so much today. Hobart now has the most amazing art facility, MONA – Museum of old and new art. You cannot visit Tasmania without visiting MONA. Added for Word Press’s Wall

A wall of sandstone with the words from the news of the day emitted as water droplets

A wall of sandstone with the words from the news of the day emitted as water droplets

A wall of numbers

A wall of numbers

Bruny Island wall

Bruny Island wall

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Tasmania, My Fantasy World

I am itching to return to Tasmania to fulfill some fantasies of mine. Below I have some photographs which are only small snippet of the fantastic nature of Tasmania.

St John’s Catholic Church (1837) and burial ground. This is the oldest Catholic Church still in use in Australia. The church has had three spires. The present one was raised in 1972. My Great great grandfather witnessed the first marriage here and signed for the groom, who was illiterate.

Jo and I at St John's Catholic church

Jo and I at St John’s Catholic church

Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park

Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park

Fantasy worn travellers

These fantasy worn travellers catching some winks on the 1 hr flight from Hobart to Melbourne. Added for Ailsa’s Fantasy