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Panoramic Beauty

The rugged coastline

east of the island

unspoilt views of the ocean

rock formations

undulating green hills

huge shady trees

line winding road.

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In the distance

lavender farm

bluish purplish

sweet smelling flowers

a sight to behold!

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Road narrows

dry red soil

beach vegetation

both sides

leading to resort

fishing sports

water sports.

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Spectacular sunset

dinner by the beach

crayfish bake

the crustacean

at its freshest and best

a unique experience

on the Apple Isle.

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Comments on: "Panoramic Beauty" (17)

  1. So vividly beautiful in imagery that it doesn’t even beg a photo 😉 Just lovely!

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  2. Iris, you have the most amazing way of expressing and creating pictures in my mind and feelings along with them! Thank you!! Brilliant as always! Love, Cher xo

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  3. I enjoyed this ramble through the countryside, culminating in a feast. What a beautiful day out!

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  4. Apple Isle sounds delightful, as does the lavender.

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    • The Apple Isle lives up to its name as I understand that it was once one of the major apple producing regions in the world. There’s plenty of natural beauty … a delight for creative works! As for lavender, its so beautifully scented, don’t you think so? 🙂

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  5. Iris, I enjoyed this sumptuous mini-vacation you’ve just shared with us. If I close my eyes and pretend that the traffic sounds coming in my window with the breeze are simply waves crashing on the rugged shore I can almost smell the beach dinner baking.

    Blessings ~ Wendy ❀

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    • Yes, Wendy, there is nothing like a freshly baked crayfish dinner by the beach! This resort is famous for their fresh seafood too. The view is magnificent on the isle! Appreciate your sharing and thoughts 🙂 Love Iris

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  6. Wonderful and captivating imaginary, dear Iris.
    Really, very well penned.
    Best wishes to you, Aquileana 😛

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    • Glad you enjoyed this trip to the Apple Isle, Tasmania! 🙂 We had a lot of fun didn’t we? 😉 Thanks, Aquileana, much appreciated. ❤

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