Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Tasmania Day 1

Cafe Pigeon Hole Hobart
Cafe Pigeon Hole Hobart
Cafe Pigeon Hole Hobart
Cafe Pigeon Hole Hobart
Mona Museum
Tasmania Mt Wellington

I am back from my trip to Tasmania. Such wonderful five days I had there, with lots of good food (oh the oysters and cheese), wine, pretty little cafes, stunning nature and time...time to be outside, finish a book and just be.

Here are some images from the first day which we started at the wonderful Pigeon Hole cafe, I wanted to take a photo of every corner there, they are baking their own bread and you can see on one of the images how they store the wood fired bread loafs in a bag next to the counter a sack of flour underneath it. I had one of the best sourdough bread with honey there! (I managed to get a jar of this wonderful honey later that day)
After that we drove to the infamous Mona museum which was great, some bids reminded me to the Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen. It was very cloudy that day but the light was just wonderful. And after we left the museum it had cleared up and we tried our luck and drove up to Mountain Wellington to have a look over Hobart. See the last picture - the view was just breathtakingly beautiful.

Ill have some more photos to share with you...

>> The new apartmento is out and I hope I can get my hands on this issue. It is one of my favorite issues.
>> I also got my copy of 3191 Quarterly and let me tell you how stunning it is. It is my favorite Quarterly so far - so well done

20 comments :

Anna Emilia said...

Your travels look magical. Those landscapes are unfamiliar to me - still the same time they remind somehow of Iceland. The soft and warm colors, round and sharp shapes together.

Happy to have you back and to hear more!

More words to come s soon as I have finished today my printing course and some work this week.

Have a beautiful week, which for sure leads to more magic things very soon (:

Justė said...

the 6th photo took my breath away. such a fantastic view outside the window!

fast times in münchen. said...

Wow. I've never been to Tassie but I've always wanted to. Even more so after this. Photos are amazing and that cafe looks unreal. xx

Irene said...

Wie schön das alles aussieht!

lotte said...

uwwwwwwwww, ich finde den ausblick aus dem fenster auch genial!! überhaupt die letzten 3 fotos. - was für ne geniale, andere landschaft. krieg ich doch gleich wieder fernweh.;) lotte.:)

studio meez said...

Now I want to go to Tasmania. It looks so beautiful! I like your pics!

Hopscotch said...

Mmmm!! Looks super wonderful, Maria!! What a great trip!!! :D

claire said...

absolutely love these images! can you believe i've never been to tasmania. it's top of my list for next time.

Alexandra K. said...

gorgeous!! Tasmania looks like a dream...wish to get there one day. was very nice to read about your trip.)))

elisabelle said...

these are magical...
can't wait to see more!

Tiffany said...

These are all so good! And I'm loving the sandwich action in the first shot. Was the honey Manuka honey? My Australian friend was just telling me about the wonders of this special honey.


xx

P R I M O E Z A said...

i knew your tasmania pictures would be beautiful. can't wait to see more.

with you on apartamento and 3191 :)

Belinda [simple things] said...

You've captured Tasmania beautifully. I look forward to seeing what else you encountered!

Kristina said...

sieht wirklich wunderschön aus!! da ich nun auch in melbourne wohne bin ich gerade dabei die weihnachtsferien zu planen, was nicht gerade einfach ist, da alles ausgebucht scheint.... tasmanien steht aber ganz weit oben auf der liste!!

Hannah said...

I loved visiting Tasmania, a few years ago! It's so nice to get out of the city! You always find such cool cafes too :) xo

martita said...

beautiful pictures!! I just discover your blog and I can't wait to go through the archives!! :) Good trips!!

jana said...

Wie toll Maria...ich wusste bis jetzt nichts über Tasmania, ein guter Weg es kennenzulernen :)
Das Frühstück mit dem getoasteten Brot macht mich hungrig...
Danke für die Geburtstagsgrüsse übrigens, lieb von dir!!

Ana said...

Wow. Tasmania looks amazing and tasty. I want to see more! :)

sunkentreasure said...

oh I want to go to this place! stunning pics...
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chrrristine said...

oh, das licht! ich freu mich auf mehr reisefotos.
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