Uni studies and weekend events photography have been pretty time consuming over the last couple of weeks, barely had time to edit photos (well there are some I still haven't got to), let alone blog.
As well as everything I'm trying to fit in my husband and sons had their Karate Grading last weekend, with 2 reaching black Belt and the other got to 1st Kyu.
So in a gap between getting dinner organised doing some more Chemistry review I'm throwing up a few images. Not sure when I'll get around to it next.
Easter is coming up and we're finally heading away to visit family.... so maybe my next post will be farm animals and cute nieces.
Seven Sheds brewery in Railton, Tasmania featured on my job list.
As did High Tea at Home Hill and the Devonport Food & wine Festval
2013 Taste the Harvest hosted by the Lions Club of Tasmania and in recent years incorporated into Devonport's Food and Wine Festival (maybe it was the inspiration for the month long program).
This year the weather was great almost too good in fact it was so warm, that those of us working at the event struggled a little.
But, the atmosphere on site was very good, the entertainment was pleasing and the range of food really exciting.
I'm a little boring though and while I enjoyed my Mt Gnomon Pork and Plum Sausage My favourite was the Gelato I had as I finished up and headed home, cool, creamy and it gave that little burst of energy to lug my camera bag back to the car.
The first week of Devonport City Councils, Food and Wine festival has been full of lovely food, great weather and fun events.
Today is the big one with Taste the Harvest starting in a couple of hours.
Camera is ready, but I'm going to have to be selective about my imagery or I'll be editing for days.
Better take my own advice; VISUALISE & FOCUS so I and REFLECT and Rest tomorrow .
Two Events at Ghost Rock Vineyard
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born