Cee has asked us to show her roofs this week so I have delved into the archives to see what I can find. Despite my fear of falling I do love to get up above the city to take pictures. Here is one I took looking down on roofs of Davey Street in Hobart during Open House Hobart a couple of years ago.
Next are some convict era cottages in Oatlands with very symmetrical roofs.
The next three photos were taken in Launceston. The first one is on the site of the old railway roundhouse at the Inveresk Railway workshops. It has been revamped although I’m not quite sure it’s used for now other than as a shelter shed. It looks as if it would be quite useful during events as it is part of the entertainment precinct. The railway workshops are part of the museum complex and have not been restored to pristine condition but rather left as if the workers had just finished for the day and gone home never to return.
The last couple of photographs are from across the Tasman taken in Auckland, New Zealand.