From Sand Sculptures to Evidence for Tasmanian Devils

Continuing my pandemic resolution to do more B&W photography, I went back to some of our travels to find events that lend themselves to enjoy in B&W.  One of our favorite trips was to the Freycinet Peninsula, 120 miles north of Hobart in Tasmania.  If you love the Northwest like Leila and I do, you feel right at home with the dramatic headlands and cool temperatures, but with more sand beaches.  The regular winds made for beautiful beach sculptures, and we even saw signs of the elusive Tasmanian Devil.

See more B&W photos in my previous post – From Blue Herons to Driftwood Sculptures

Clouds above the Freycinet Peninsula

Beach Sculpture 1

 

 

 

 

Beach Sculpture 2

Beach Sculpture 3 — I know it is not all B&W, but this looked so much better with just a little color

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great wind for sailing

Evidence that Tasmanian Devils Still Exist

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