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Battery Point by Piero Damiani, on Flickr

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Looks like a beautiful environment to enjoy!
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2017, 8:13 AM
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2017, 8:40 PM
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what interesting off the beaten path place to see -- the cliff shots are spectacular.


did you see any tasmanian devils?


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Old Posted Oct 9, 2017, 11:52 AM
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what interesting off the beaten path place to see -- the cliff shots are spectacular.


did you see any tasmanian devils?


Yeah i went to the unzoo where there is lots of them

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i'm intrigued by the older vernacular to be found in australia/nz...it's a funny mashup between like scotland and tin-roof frontier.
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^ i don't think those are original -- it kind of looks like the older structures like that were all re-tin-roofed around the same time.
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^ i don't think those are original -- it kind of looks like the older structures like that were all re-tin-roofed around the same time.
perhaps so, but metal roofs seem very, very common on all kinds of structures there. it's particularly funny to see them on old world architecture.
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Those skies feel very pacific northwest. Nice place.
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Tasman Peninsula by Piero Damiani, on Flickr

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Tasman Peninsula by Piero Damiani, on Flickr

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