On our way to Tasman National Park, we came across this amazing beach that had rows and rows of horizontal lines made up of sand and water.
We visited the Tessellated Pavement at Eaglehawk Neck. It is formed from erosion naturally over time.
This is Tasman Arch, a naturally formed bridge.
We stopped for a light lunch at Pigeon Hole Cafe.
Our last stop for the day was the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). After living in London, I’ve become accustomed to free museum entry but I’d gladly pay to visit MONA. The whole building is a work of art and the added bonus is that you can take as many photos as you want inside. Definitely one of the cooler museums I’ve visited.
This was a sequence of photographs in which each photo depicts a scene leading up to a murder mystery.
Interesting architecture inside.
I kind of like the soft focus in this image. The haziness and glow of the screen reminds me of watching TV late at night.
A binary chamber?
Next few photos features my usual model, Jackson.