Filed under: Kingston, Blackmans Bay, The Channel and The Huon
When i saw this shed on a backroad somewhere in the Huon Valley it struck me that had it known which way to fall, it would have fallen down long ago as it looks like different bits of the shed want to fall in different directions.
Today’s shot is of the Huon River at Huonville. The south of the state has been receiving unseasonably large amounts of rain and like most watercourses there was a lot of extra water in the Huon River although not enough to go over the banks
Today’s shot is of flooded fields near Huonville, 40 km South West of Hobart by Road. The whole state, especially the South has been receiving unseasonably large rainfall andmany of the rivers and streams have been carrying a lot of extra water. As far as i know, this field wasn’t underwater because the Huon River flooded it but rather i think it is a drainage thing.
A shot i took on a sunday drive from the foreshore at Howden. The water was beautiful and calm and I would have liked to have gone further but you know how it goes, broke this week and not a lot of petrol in car!
This is not the first time, nor probably the last time i will photograph this bulldozer. It stands in a sheep paddock near Tinderbox and always draws my eye when i stop to look at the view from the road here. i have no idrea how long it has been there but it never seems to be any more decayed and it will probably outlast us all despite the sea air which i am sure helps the rust no end!