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And then there was Punalu’u, a black sand beach. Black sand beaches are plentiful but at this one I snorkelled amongst turtles before adding to the george collection.

#blacksand #sandclumps (at Punalu’u Black Sand Beach)

And then there was Punalu’u, a black sand beach. Black sand beaches are plentiful but at this one I snorkelled amongst turtles before adding to the george collection.

#blacksand #sandclumps (at Punalu’u Black Sand Beach)

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An exciting day for the george collection. Green sand at Papakolea Beach.

#sandclumps #olivine #greengeorge (at Papakōlea Beach (Green Sand Beach))

An exciting day for the george collection. Green sand at Papakolea Beach.

#sandclumps #olivine #greengeorge (at Papakōlea Beach (Green Sand Beach))

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Packed and ready to move on. Goodbye rainforest view, you’ve been swell.

#namedrainforestsforareason #volcanoinn

Packed and ready to move on. Goodbye rainforest view, you’ve been swell.

#namedrainforestsforareason #volcanoinn

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Not even 6pm! Seriously though Daylight Savings, please come back. I miss you terribly after only 2 days.

#sob #sunset (at Tranmere Foreshore)

Not even 6pm! Seriously though Daylight Savings, please come back. I miss you terribly after only 2 days.

#sob #sunset (at Tranmere Foreshore)

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Apple Facts:

1. Tassie was once promoted as The Apple Isle.

2. Apples are also known as Tasmanian Easter Eggs. Ok I made that one up. 

3. This pic shows the surviving two of only four apples to grow on our small tree this year. (We lost two early on to overexcited dogs chasing a ball.)

4. *These* apples were growing for months but were still not much bigger than Tiny. On Saturday when I took this shot I decided to give them a little longer on the tree. 

5. Last night a possum plundered the tree. 

Goodbye Easter Long Weekend. RIP Tasmanian Easter Eggs.

#sadday #appleisle #lessonslearnt

Apple Facts:

1. Tassie was once promoted as The Apple Isle.

2. Apples are also known as Tasmanian Easter Eggs. Ok I made that one up.

3. This pic shows the surviving two of only four apples to grow on our small tree this year. (We lost two early on to overexcited dogs chasing a ball.)

4. *These* apples were growing for months but were still not much bigger than Tiny. On Saturday when I took this shot I decided to give them a little longer on the tree.

5. Last night a possum plundered the tree.

Goodbye Easter Long Weekend. RIP Tasmanian Easter Eggs.

#sadday #appleisle #lessonslearnt

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A meander at the river mouth. (Scamander, TAS)

A meander at the river mouth. (Scamander, TAS)

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It’s a georgefest. (Bay Of Fires, TAS)

It’s a georgefest. (Bay Of Fires, TAS)

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Raw sugar georges.

Raw sugar georges.

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Some of Tassie’s squeakiest sand. (at Boat Harbour Beach, TAS)

Some of Tassie’s squeakiest sand. (at Boat Harbour Beach, TAS)