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This is a discussion on Tas-Port Arthur Penal Colony within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Thanks Bambi and Q1. I was on a bridge for that water shot Bambi....

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    Thanks Bambi and Q1.

    I was on a bridge for that water shot Bambi.

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    MA, Love love love the mote pic. Perfect pic for hdr.

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    Thank you for that WitPic

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    The Law Courts

    The Law Courts are located right behind the Penitentiary and are over looked by the Guard Towers.






    This is a view from the Guard Tower (only on the lower steps, not from the top, we weren't allowed up there) of part of the Port Arthur Settlement. You can see the penitentiary to the right (including the scaffolding I avoided in the previous shots) and also the law courts right in front of us. Waaaaaaay in the background you can see the spires of the old Church.

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    The photo above was taken from the front landing of this Guard Tower ...








    This is a clock tower on a building next to the Asylum at Port Arthur.


    And that's about it from the Port Arthur Settlement. So much more there but that's all I got in the few hours we were there.

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    Very interesting series, you've done an excellent job of documenting the facility MA.
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    What a very wonderful set. I can't believe I've missed it up until now. Your images make me feel like I was there.
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    This is a fantastic set MA!
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    Impressive set MA, really digging the HDR.

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    Thanks very much guys. I appreciate those comments.

    As I said ... SO much more to see and shoot there but our 'holiday' was so short I had to keep moving to see everything we wanted to see.

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