This is the front entrance and oldest part of the Royal Hobart Hospital, a place where I’ve been spending far too much time lately. The fact that I’ve started taking pictures of it and appreciating the architecture is probably a sign that things are looking up.
I know. Late again! I feel a bit of a fraud posting another old photo but my opportunities to go out with the camera are very limited at the moment. Autumn has begun here and although I love spring I think it’s probably my favourite season. I love the way the leaves change colour. Apple picking is still going on and will be for another few weeks but the trees will soon be looking like this.
Peter Dombrovskis was a photographer who like his mentor Oleg Truchanas made many journeys into southwestern Tasmania to photograph the wilderness areas. You can read more about it here.
Welcome to Snapshot Sunday which will be replacing Photo Thursday as my weekly photo post. Today’s photo is of the James Craig a restored tall ship which I took at the 2011 Wooden Boat Festival in Hobart.