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  • Medlar Jelly made from the medlars that had been soaking in vodka for nearly a year (for the Dog's Arse Liqueur). It's quite a light set and not as clear as purists would have it because I squeezed the jelly bag. I just couldn't bear to waste all that juice! 
As the flavour was quite subtle I added two chopped fresh cumquats to give it a boost but the medlar taste is still foremost. 
#preserving#medlars#jelly#wastenot#organicgardening#Fairyglenfarm#Tasmania
  • Medlar Jelly made from the medlars that had been soaking in vodka for nearly a year (for the Dog's Arse Liqueur). It's quite a light set and not as clear as purists would have it because I squeezed the jelly bag. I just couldn't bear to waste all that juice!
    As the flavour was quite subtle I added two chopped fresh cumquats to give it a boost but the medlar taste is still foremost.
    #preserving #medlars #jelly #wastenot #organicgardening #Fairyglenfarm #Tasmania

  •  0  0  23 January, 2020
  • Day 24 of 2020; Burnie has a nice beach that you can enjoy a picnic with a view for lunch, after a busy morning’s shopping⛱
  • Day 24 of 2020; Burnie has a nice beach that you can enjoy a picnic with a view for lunch, after a busy morning’s shopping⛱

  •  5  1  23 January, 2020
  • Derwent in colour 900x600 acrylic on canvas
  • Derwent in colour 900x600 acrylic on canvas

  •  2  1  23 January, 2020
  • 𝒮𝒽𝑒 𝓌𝒶𝓈 𝒶 𝓈𝓉𝑜𝓇𝓂.  𝒩𝑜𝓉 𝓉𝒽𝑒 𝓀𝒾𝓃𝒹 𝓎𝑜𝓊 𝓇𝓊𝓃 𝒻𝓇𝑜𝓂,  𝓉𝒽𝑒 𝓀𝒾𝓃𝒹 𝓎𝑜𝓊 𝒸𝒽𝒶𝓈𝑒. ~ 𝑅. 𝐻. 𝒮𝒾𝓂
  • 𝒮𝒽𝑒 𝓌𝒶𝓈 𝒶 𝓈𝓉𝑜𝓇𝓂. 𝒩𝑜𝓉 𝓉𝒽𝑒 𝓀𝒾𝓃𝒹 𝓎𝑜𝓊 𝓇𝓊𝓃 𝒻𝓇𝑜𝓂, 𝓉𝒽𝑒 𝓀𝒾𝓃𝒹 𝓎𝑜𝓊 𝒸𝒽𝒶𝓈𝑒. ~ 𝑅. 𝐻. 𝒮𝒾𝓂

  •  3  1  23 January, 2020
  • Sheep fed spent barley.
#zerowaste 💚
  • Sheep fed spent barley.
    #zerowaste 💚

  •  13  1  23 January, 2020
  • Eucryphia intermedia also in full blossoms near the Education Centre.
.Possibly the best Eucryphia for our climate in ease of culture, amount of flowers and hardiness. This evergreen tree grows quickly when young. In youth it tends to be a somewhat sparse tree but with age it increases in density markedly. In July/August the whole tree is draped in pure white 2″ blossoms with a central boss of stamens holding raspberry pink pollen. Grows about 2′-3′ a year or more in rich, well drained soil with regular summer irrigation. Established trees can take summer drought. Cold hardiness increases dramatically with the age of the plant. Protect small trees from arctic conditions. The entire deep green leaves are good looking year round. To 18′ tall and 5′ wide in a columnar form. Hybrid between two Chilean Eucryphia species including the hardiest E. glutinosa (Zone 6)- it inherits cold hardiness from that parent.  Full sun
.
.#discoveraustralia #discovertasmania #tasmania
  • Eucryphia intermedia also in full blossoms near the Education Centre.
    .Possibly the best Eucryphia for our climate in ease of culture, amount of flowers and hardiness. This evergreen tree grows quickly when young. In youth it tends to be a somewhat sparse tree but with age it increases in density markedly. In July/August the whole tree is draped in pure white 2″ blossoms with a central boss of stamens holding raspberry pink pollen. Grows about 2′-3′ a year or more in rich, well drained soil with regular summer irrigation. Established trees can take summer drought. Cold hardiness increases dramatically with the age of the plant. Protect small trees from arctic conditions. The entire deep green leaves are good looking year round. To 18′ tall and 5′ wide in a columnar form. Hybrid between two Chilean Eucryphia species including the hardiest E. glutinosa (Zone 6)- it inherits cold hardiness from that parent.  Full sun
    .
    . #discoveraustralia #discovertasmania #tasmania

  •  0  0  23 January, 2020
  • The card energy I have drawn for today (Friday) is the Emperor.
He is telling you it’s time to step up into your power and take the lead.  Now is not the time to follow others. You now need to step up make your own rules and move forward with confidence, fairness and grace.  You have what it takes to move your life to the next level if you just take charge of things. Now is not the time to sit around and wait for others direction.
  • The card energy I have drawn for today (Friday) is the Emperor.
    He is telling you it’s time to step up into your power and take the lead. Now is not the time to follow others. You now need to step up make your own rules and move forward with confidence, fairness and grace. You have what it takes to move your life to the next level if you just take charge of things. Now is not the time to sit around and wait for others direction.

  •  9  1  23 January, 2020
  • Mr & Mrs Lamprey
  • Mr & Mrs Lamprey

  •  0  1  23 January, 2020
  • Mr & Mrs Lamprey
  • Mr & Mrs Lamprey

  •  1  1  23 January, 2020
  • Mr & Mrs Lamprey
  • Mr & Mrs Lamprey

  •  0  1  23 January, 2020
  • Oly XA + Velvia. Dunalley fish 'n chips + Rosella tomato sauce. Some things just go together!
  • Oly XA + Velvia. Dunalley fish 'n chips + Rosella tomato sauce. Some things just go together!

  •  20  2  23 January, 2020
  • A BIG thank you to all our wonderful clients! 
Yesterday we sold a painting to our 300th buyer - a lovely gentleman in his 80s. That's not bad for a regional art gallery less than 4 years old. 
We started Huon Art on the 23rd May 2016 in Huonville with 6 Tasmania artists - our move to Cygnet 2 years ago meant that we were able to triple our space and showcase the works of 19 artists. Our oldest buyer (so far) is 90 and our youngest 20. 
It took a dream and courage (as pointed out to me yesterday) to believe that the Valley could support a fine art gallery (not an arts and crafts business) We have learnt heaps on this journey thanks to our wonderful clients and amazing artists.
The photo above was our very first post done by my darling daughter, who had to teach her mother how to use social media! 'We've come a long way, Baby...'#artgalleryhuonvalley#huonvalley#tasmania#tasmanianartists#hobartmagazine#countrystylemagazine#fineart#
  • A BIG thank you to all our wonderful clients!
    Yesterday we sold a painting to our 300th buyer - a lovely gentleman in his 80s. That's not bad for a regional art gallery less than 4 years old.
    We started Huon Art on the 23rd May 2016 in Huonville with 6 Tasmania artists - our move to Cygnet 2 years ago meant that we were able to triple our space and showcase the works of 19 artists. Our oldest buyer (so far) is 90 and our youngest 20.
    It took a dream and courage (as pointed out to me yesterday) to believe that the Valley could support a fine art gallery (not an arts and crafts business) We have learnt heaps on this journey thanks to our wonderful clients and amazing artists.
    The photo above was our very first post done by my darling daughter, who had to teach her mother how to use social media! 'We've come a long way, Baby...' #artgalleryhuonvalley #huonvalley #tasmania #tasmanianartists #hobartmagazine #countrystylemagazine #fineart#

  •  10  8  23 January, 2020
  • Balancing skull rock (*not its official name). And speaking of dead things, which we weren't really but we are now, I was watching a show last night where someone sacrificed their life for some small gain.
I'm sure I'm not the only person who finds it both amusing and irritating that writers in Hollywood-land seem to think that the best way out of a sticky situation is to have a human sacrifice, and the characters fight over who can be the one to die. But if any Hollywood writers are reading this (which I doubt, but you never know) I'd like to point out that in real life this is not always the case.
It's often a character who had made a mistake and wants to redeem themselves by dying needlessly to give the group a few extra seconds to escape. The silliest part is they use up those seconds and a whole bunch more explaining why they're doing it and having an emotional farewell.
What's even worse is when the so-called hero of the show only survives because multiple people feel the need to sacrifice themselves to save the hero, when often those sacrificers are clearly more capable than their next-to-useless 'hero' (e.g. Flash Gordon or Hunger Games).
"Oh no, our hero has a sore toe and might not make it!"
"Don't worry. I'll get eaten by the monster to delay it for a few minutes. Farewell [each of their friends in turn], don't forget me."
[Rest of the group accepts human sacrifice as normal and continues on as if nothing has happened, and maybe mention that person at most once more in the whole story].
Yawn.
  • Balancing skull rock (*not its official name). And speaking of dead things, which we weren't really but we are now, I was watching a show last night where someone sacrificed their life for some small gain.
    I'm sure I'm not the only person who finds it both amusing and irritating that writers in Hollywood-land seem to think that the best way out of a sticky situation is to have a human sacrifice, and the characters fight over who can be the one to die. But if any Hollywood writers are reading this (which I doubt, but you never know) I'd like to point out that in real life this is not always the case.
    It's often a character who had made a mistake and wants to redeem themselves by dying needlessly to give the group a few extra seconds to escape. The silliest part is they use up those seconds and a whole bunch more explaining why they're doing it and having an emotional farewell.
    What's even worse is when the so-called hero of the show only survives because multiple people feel the need to sacrifice themselves to save the hero, when often those sacrificers are clearly more capable than their next-to-useless 'hero' (e.g. Flash Gordon or Hunger Games).
    "Oh no, our hero has a sore toe and might not make it!"
    "Don't worry. I'll get eaten by the monster to delay it for a few minutes. Farewell [each of their friends in turn], don't forget me."
    [Rest of the group accepts human sacrifice as normal and continues on as if nothing has happened, and maybe mention that person at most once more in the whole story].
    Yawn.

  •  56  1  23 January, 2020
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  •  64  3  23 January, 2020
  • Bombus terrestris.

It seems widely agreed that European bumblebees arrived in Tasmania in 1992, however opinions differ greatly regarding the nature of their introduction, and whether or not the event was accidental.

In any case, they appear to have thrived in the very short time since they gatecrashed the ecosystem. Certainly we saw them every day this summer on Bruny Island, and never more so than amidst the lure of lavender.

Our son, neither distracted nor concerned by the benefits or threats of feral species, simply enjoyed discovering the type of big, furry “buzzies” that he’d only ever experienced in children’s books.

His parents have relocated funnel-web spiders rather than harm them, and we have pulled over on country roads to ensure that even deadlier snakes finished crossing in safety. Every encounter is an opportunity for us to reinforce, and for him to learn, respect and appreciation for any creature, no matter what or where.

Whether this species arrived through intention or negligence, it was that of humans, not bees.

January 8, 2020.
Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.

@BrunyIslandAU #Tasmania #Australia
  • Bombus terrestris.

    It seems widely agreed that European bumblebees arrived in Tasmania in 1992, however opinions differ greatly regarding the nature of their introduction, and whether or not the event was accidental.

    In any case, they appear to have thrived in the very short time since they gatecrashed the ecosystem. Certainly we saw them every day this summer on Bruny Island, and never more so than amidst the lure of lavender.

    Our son, neither distracted nor concerned by the benefits or threats of feral species, simply enjoyed discovering the type of big, furry “buzzies” that he’d only ever experienced in children’s books.

    His parents have relocated funnel-web spiders rather than harm them, and we have pulled over on country roads to ensure that even deadlier snakes finished crossing in safety. Every encounter is an opportunity for us to reinforce, and for him to learn, respect and appreciation for any creature, no matter what or where.

    Whether this species arrived through intention or negligence, it was that of humans, not bees.

    January 8, 2020.
    Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.

    @BrunyIslandAU #Tasmania #Australia

  •  28  3  23 January, 2020
  • Guess who is going to Tasmania this long weekend? 🥳 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Do you reckon I should take Trevor the Tassie Devil with me 👿? He should feel right at home! 😂⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Now all you clever people and my go to: if you had 2 days near the beach in Port Arthur and 1 day in Hobart what would you do? #FirstTimeinTassie
  • Guess who is going to Tasmania this long weekend? 🥳 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Do you reckon I should take Trevor the Tassie Devil with me 👿? He should feel right at home! 😂⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Now all you clever people and my go to: if you had 2 days near the beach in Port Arthur and 1 day in Hobart what would you do? #FirstTimeinTassie

  •  12  1  23 January, 2020

Top #Tasmania Posts

  • A breathtaking capture of Parsons Falls thanks to @corey_briggs22 💦

Parsons Falls is in the alpine region of the Central Plateau, behind the Great Western Tiers. At 1030 metres above sea level, Parsons Falls is subject to snow and ice any time of the year, making it treacherous during winter. In warmer weather, it makes for a decent small walk that can be accomplished in a few hours (if you're fit and agile). Happy exploring 🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️ #tasmaniagram #instatasmania #instatassie #tasmania #tassie #tassiepics #parsonsfalls #centralplateau
  • A breathtaking capture of Parsons Falls thanks to @corey_briggs22 💦

    Parsons Falls is in the alpine region of the Central Plateau, behind the Great Western Tiers. At 1030 metres above sea level, Parsons Falls is subject to snow and ice any time of the year, making it treacherous during winter. In warmer weather, it makes for a decent small walk that can be accomplished in a few hours (if you're fit and agile). Happy exploring 🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️ #tasmaniagram #instatasmania #instatassie #tasmania #tassie #tassiepics #parsonsfalls #centralplateau

  •  2,029  45  22 January, 2020
  • Behind me is actually a sick view of  @eastcoasttasmania from the top of St Patrick’s Head, only ya can’t see it, because we were up in the clouds ☁️ Another hike to chuck back on the list in hopes of some sunshine! St Patrick’s Head is a short, steep hike through some lush vegetation (~300m elevation gain, approx 2hrs return) not too far from St Mary’s @tasmania 👌🏻 📷: @jakewhitney5
  • Behind me is actually a sick view of @eastcoasttasmania from the top of St Patrick’s Head, only ya can’t see it, because we were up in the clouds ☁️ Another hike to chuck back on the list in hopes of some sunshine! St Patrick’s Head is a short, steep hike through some lush vegetation (~300m elevation gain, approx 2hrs return) not too far from St Mary’s @tasmania 👌🏻 📷: @jakewhitney5

  •  733  31  23 January, 2020