I didn’t take too many photo’s with my camera on the day we explored the city of Launceston. Sometimes, you just want to look, feel and enjoy! However, I did take a few plus some phone snaps. Launceston has beautiful old buildings. Next time I visit, I’d like to do a Heritage Walk.
Camera Settings – Lens: 50mm ISO: 200 Aperture: F/8 Shutter Speed: 1/60s
Camera Settings – Lens: 50mm ISO: 200 Aperture: F/11 Shutter Speed: 1/100s
Camera Settings – Lens: 50mm ISO: 200 Aperture: F/11 Shutter Speed: 1/80s
If you’d like to see the bigger picture – you might like to pop over to the previous Tassie post where there are some shots of the city of Launceston from our B&B’s front verandah!
The next Tassie Trip post will feature photographs taken at Cataract Gorge – my most favourite part of our visit to Launceston.
Here’s where you can catch up on our Tassie trip so far: Day 1 – Hobart, Day 2 – MONA – Hobart, Day 3 – Richmond, Day 4 – Port Arthur, Day 5 – Bicheno, Day 5 – Wineglass Bay, Day 5 – Sleepy Bay, Day 5 – Cape Tourville, Day 5 – St Mary’s, Day 6 – Bay of Fires: Binalong Bay, Day 6 – Bay of Fires: The Gardens, Day 6 – Pyengana Cows, Day 6 – St Columba Falls and Day 7 – Launceston – where we Stayed!
Ciao for now,
Linking up with My Little Drummer Boys & Steph’s Joy for #WordlessWednesday
and My Brown Paper Packages for #WednesdayWanderlust
Love your gorgeous pics of Launceston Min 🙂
Thanks Lyndall! 🙂
Launceston is so pretty! It’s been a few years since we were there last, but I’d love to visit again!
I’d love to go back again too Steph. There’s so much more I’d like to explore! 🙂
You didn’t take a lot of photos but the ones you took are lovely. Cannot wait to take a look at your other Tassie posts.
Thanks so much Ruth. There’s quite a few more photo’s taken at Cataract Gorge. It was so beautiful there! 🙂
What beautiful buildings you have photographed. Looks like a fabulous holiday
Thanks Tamara – it was a fabulous holiday. I had wanted to go to Tassie for such a long time. I hope to go again! 🙂
You have captured Launceston beautifully!
Thank you Kate! 🙂
I am enjoying your travels through Tassie as I’m doing a similar trip in November. Launceston certainly looks like it should be on my itinerary! Lovely photos. 🙂
That’s good to know Kathy – thank you! I’m envious of your upcoming trip in November. You’ll love it over there. Keep watch for my next Tassie Trip post for photographs of Cataract Gorge – absolutely stunning place and a must see when in Launceston! 🙂
I just love your photography min. Gorgeous pics.
That’s such a lovely and kind thing to say Ann – thank you! 🙂
The colours changing in those trees is just beautiful. Thanks for linking up for #wednesdaywanderlust
It was the perfect time of year to be in Tassie Malinda – Autumn! 🙂
Min, these are great photos you are far too hard on yourself and your work. I really like the second photo because the red bricks are a good contrast and draw the eye. The one of the Brisbane Arcade is really good as well. That one is really good and a poster quality shot if you crop everything else out and focus on the actual window itself. The brown, the cream and the magnolia colours are perfectly complimentary and the turn work on the wood draws the eyes up and across and you have managed to get the frosted glass perfectly with no “light bounce” great work indeed.
Thank you Patrick! Yes I can be hard on myself with regards to my photos and I’m not particularly happy with this lot. I was tired after a very fast paced few days and my heart wasn’t really in it. I wanted to soak up the atmosphere more than anything. I do like the second photo because the colours are lovely and it’s an interesting match of colours between the orange/red bricks and the lovely red autumn leaves on the trees. I agree with your crop idea for the Brisbane Arcade shot. I left it as it was for this post though so as to capture the ‘Brisbane Arcade’ words. I’ll crop to focus on just the window and see how it looks! It’s much easier to avoid light bounce on windows over in Tassie than here in Queensland! 🙂
Nice post. I just love everything about Tassie and Launceston has some very special places – I think you have captured it really well.
Thanks Julie. I absolutely loved Tassie and Launceston was a really pretty town. 🙂
Lovely Launceston – so colourful and calm.
I hope I get there when I travel to Tassie to paddle.
Hope you get there Trish. It’s lovely and Cataract Gorge is nature at its best! 🙂
Some beautiful photos of Tassie. I love all the colours in trees that you have captured.
Thank you Sally! 🙂
I spent 10 days in Tassie last year – just long enough to work out that 10 days wasn’t nearly long enough! Would have loved to spend more time in Launceston – and pretty much everywhere else! Looks like you had a great time!!
We left on the 13th day and there was still so much more I wanted to see and places I’d seen that I would have liked longer at. Still – it was an awesome trip! 🙂