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Saturday, 21 March 2009 : Filed under: Tasmania E-Mail This Article

Badger Beach

Badger Beach in Narawntapu National Park – Tasmania, Australia

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Comment by josh — March 21, 2009 @ 6:54 pm

Our last day in Tasmania we drove up the Tamar river, which is a river/inlet going from Launceston (where we were flying out of) 50k or so north to the ocean. There is a road on either side of the river, with a couple of bridges going accross. We weren’t expecting much, but were pleasantly surprised with what I thought to be one of the most beautiful places we saw in Tasmania, Badger Beach. We didn’t have much time to stay, but the view was amazing. It is located inside of Narawntapu National Park, where the Tamar River meets the Bass Straight.

This is the last photo from Tasmania, which I realize was a while ago, but I will catch up shortly. If you haven’t noticed I’ve been posting a lot lately – aiming for one photo a day to get the backlog down. I fell behind with all the commotion moving out of Melbourne, etc. Also this computer doesn’t have spell check for some reason, so just nevermind any horrrreeanedeous mistakes.

Posting from a thunderstorm in Singapore…

Comment by dadman — March 22, 2009 @ 9:42 am

Hahaha! I didn’t notice any mistakes till “horrrreeanedeous”! ;-) Or maybe that final “e” isn’t a mistake after all! ;-) He who he who he who, as Grandpa Deane would say! ;-)

And how *wonderful* that you got to be pleasantly surprised by one of the most beautiful places there. So awesome.

And I love, *love*, LOVE the photo! LOVE the colors! Maybe because I’ve been tuning my eye to them for days, weeks, and months now as I’ve been shopping for goodies for the women for our fall retreat. The aquas, tans, and browns are part of our color scheme. Rich, rich, rich! And the contrasts of far, close; smoothish, textured; expansive water, delineated fence; and more–awesome, awesome, awesome! And I LOVE the angle! Takes a good eye to “see” that. So . . . are you “seeing in photo” now (where everywhere your eye turns, you “see” it framed–see its potential within your chosen top- and side-bars)?

Stay safe, keep those eyes open, give Beth a hug, have fun, and know we love you!

Comment by dadman — March 22, 2009 @ 9:43 am

Didn’t see the “thunderstorm in Singapore” line at the bottom. Cool!!!

Comment by Clara — March 22, 2009 @ 12:41 pm

Yes, the photo is beautiful. And we know that “dadman” did NOT write the last two comments. Enjoy Singapore. We’ll be interested in hearing about your activities there.

Comment by Peg — March 22, 2009 @ 2:30 pm

OH! I just now noticed my goof (two times) and your catch, Clara. How *did* you know? ;-) You’re right–those two posts weren’t from “dadman”; they were from me. And, although Jeff *could* have written the second of the two, he *surely* did not write the first! Too many winking faces. ;-) And too much effusiveness! ;-) Good to know Josh doesn’t mind my “effusing”! :-)

Comment by josh — March 23, 2009 @ 2:00 am

haha nice work mom :)

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