I am not a huge fan of pink usually. It is a pretty colour, don’t get me wrong but I get tired of it being associated with girly things all the time. Everything Barbie is pink, and it’s rather a loud shade for my taste.
I do love pink in nature though and occasionally I see other pink things that I like to photograph. Here are some of them.
A catering van at the Taste of Tasmania
The Red Hat Ladies
Pink sun hats at Salamanca Market
pink rose in the back garden.
Massed pink daisies at Princes Park, Battery Point, Hobart
Day to Night Barbie
Day to Night Barbie
Here I’m sharing a few photos taken in different parts of Tasmania over the past ten years or so.
Moss on a tree. Near Strahan , Tasmania
Early morning view of Strahan taken from our hotel in the Strahan Village.
Vineyards near Rosevears on the Tamar. Cool climate wines are growing in popularity.
Rainbow over the Huon River
Table Cape, north west Tasmania
Topiary, Lake Dulverton, Oatlands Tasmania
Our first sight of New Zealand
The Huon River from Port Huon Wharf. The clouds are tinged with tobacco from a controlled burn in the forests beyond Geeveston.
Sunrise on the harbour in Darwin.
Blundstone Arena under a cloudy sky.
Dark clouds looming over the Cenotaph in Hobart.
Here are a few shots of blue skies and blue water.
A helicopter against a beautiful blue sky.
Ovation of the Seas cruising the Great Barrier Reef.
Sea and sky
One of the pools onboard.
One of the pools on Ovation of the Seas
The blue-green waters of The Little Blue Lake in northeastern Tasmania.
Little Blue Lake, Tasmania by me.
Some man-made structures in blue.
Blue building in Elizabeth St Hobart
A mosaic in Napier, NZ
I dug into my archives for this challenge and found many different types of bridge photos. Here are a few of them.
Here are a couple of bridges that feature art in the form of sculptures.
Sandridge Bridge – A former railway bridge, now a pedestrian bridge in Melbourne.
Sandridge Bridge, Melbourne
The City to Sea bridge in Wellington, New Zealand passes over the main road to connect with the waterfront.
City to Sea Bridge, a public artwork.
The detail on the Bridge-City to Sea Bridge Wellington NZ
These bridges are beautiful as well as functional even after nearly 200 years.
Convict built bridges in Tasmania at Ross, Richmond and Campbelltown.
The convict designed bridge at Ross.
The bridge at Richmond built 1825 is possibly the oldest known stone bridge in Australia.
The Red Bridge, convict-built bridge, Campbelltown Tasmania
I am so lucky to live near the beautiful Huon River where most of these photos were taken at different times over the past few years.
The tranquility of the Huon River at Franklin
Moorings at Franklin, Tasmania
Yukon hails from Denmark but now carries visitors on the Huon most days of the week.
A beautiful winter day at Port Huon
Rowing boats on the Huon at Franklin.
This last one was taken in Hobart.