Architecture in Battery Point neighborhood (from bus).
Another Battery Point house (from bus).
Low rainbow below Mt. Wellington in the fog (from the bus).
Moorilla vines at Museum of Old and New Art protected from the starlings.
Outdoor smokers and grills at area known as The Pit at MONA.
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Bill Traylor, African-American self taught artist from Alabama.
Traylor's collection tell the African American story through his own experiences and observations.
Judith Scott was born with Down Syndrome and suffered from profound deafness. After 35 years of institutionalization encouraged by her twin sister Joyce, she found her voice in her fiber art.
Home Made Guns.
Bookcase with falling metal books.
Rock Garden Citizens.
Concert area at Moorilla Winery.
Sunflowers at Puddleduck Vineyard.
Polly, the Puddleduck Vineyard working dog. She barked when people quit petting her. She and Scarlett must be cousins!!
Puddleduck vineyard logo.
Darren, Puddleduck owner, with Lucky the duck he rescued and made a family pet.
Guinea fowl on the fence.
Agapantha (foreground) and protected vines (rear).
Duck on the left is "puddling". This is what the vineyard based it's name and logo.
US Coast Guard icebreaker Polar Star. The ship is taking on fresh provisions in Hobart after being in Antartica.
Rainbow from my veranda at sailout. Began the day with a rainbow so it is fitting to end the day in the same manner.