On the highway I took photos from the car window, to see how they’d come out. I like the lighting and colours in this region. One day maybe I’ll get a chance to stop and take proper photos, but we’re always just passing through on the way to somewhere else.  As most of the trip was driving, there ended up being a lot of photos taken from the car 🙂

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Just past Ross.

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Oatlands.

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Also, I like the lumpy hills.

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We stopped in Kempton for a break. Some of the party went to the shop for a drink. Some of the party went down the road to take photos of churches.

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Kempton was a coaching town on the highway. Someone forgot to tell these people that the highway bypasses the town, and there are no coaches anyway.

More Kempton photos.

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Back on the road, heading for Hobart. Although we stopped at Dysart to take photos.

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Closer to Hobart, the properties are smaller and the gardens are bigger. A lot of horses about.

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At Bridgewater (that’s where the highway crosses the Derwent in the north of Hobart) there are lots of swans.

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We stopped in the city to do some shoppping

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We stopped in the city for lunch

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and then continued south.

2 thoughts on “Road Trip: Day I Part I

  1. It’s weird how the landscape sometimes looks so English and sometimes, Nope. Also I couldn’t work out which building was the church.

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