Summer officially ends with february and I won't be back to Home Hill again before the middle of March (for High Tea at Home Hill, part of Devonport's food & wine festival).
We wrapped up a few loose ends on the lists we've been working through and I spent some time in the garden getting images for the open garden scheme visit in March, unfortunately most of the colour will be gone by then.
I'm heading back tom my studies at University and I'll miss my regular visits to Home Hill.
This spectacular site of a hill side of Quinoa growing at Kindred, Tasmania was to much for mr to resist I had to pull over and try to capture the scene, along with a couple of other shots for good measure.
Brilliant orange Tiger Lillies & a typewriter were among the things I photographer at Home Hill this week, The garden is just stunning at the moment (as it is often through the year) inside there are still aspects of the house and collection to be photographed.
Textural detail, pattern and the almost outrageous use of colour are the hall marks of Dame Enid Lyons interior decor style.
The family and I took another overnight trip this weekend, this one was a different kind of exploration, no heavy backpack, but still plenty of walking.
Arthur River on the West Coast of Tasmania is both a river and a community, and know to some as the Edge of the World.
This area is part or the popularly described 'Tarkine' region of Tasmania.
To me and mine it offered us both a fishing destination and and amazing geological story to be explored.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born