Having just got back from an amazing weekend in Hobart, Tasmania, I had planned on writing an in depth and enlightening piece on MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) and all the wonderful things we did and saw. Unfortunately, it is now Sunday evening and I’m a little zonked out.

I have decided, instead, to showcase the true beauty that comes with flying at ‘ridiculous’ o’clock. Up at 4am truely does have its advantages when you are cruising at between 30 and 50 thousand feet above land, seas and clouds. Arranged by colour rather than time they are all pretty accurate to the visuals that I was experiencing and have untaken no digital enhancements.

It really was a weekend to remember and a feast for the senses. From the early start to late finish I was in awe of the beauty that this tiny isle has to offer.

More Tasmania posts to come. (Once I have sorted through the hundreds of photos!)

* All photos by Thebowernest (Caitlin Perry) please credit if used. 

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  1. Jacinta #
    April 30, 2012

    Beautiful photos. I can’t wait to hear all of your thoughts on your tassie experience xo

    • May 1, 2012

      Thanks Jacinta, Hopefully will have my next Tassie post up by Thursday. Whilst MONA, + the whole experience that went along with it, was fantastic+utterly inspiring I really loved wandering around Hobart and driving up Mount Wellington. Such a beautiful and relaxing place! Can not wait to go back for a solid period of time and see the rest of Tasmania. Thanks again for the gift it was wonderful! xx

  2. April 30, 2012

    Beautiful photos, Caitlin! The last one looks like you’re wedged between two layers of cloud. Cloud and sunset sandwich. I like.

    • May 1, 2012

      It really did feel like we were wedged in a cloud and sunset sandwiche! got analogy hehe… The best was when we were landing and it was sunny on top of the blanket of clouds, then we went through and underneath it was raining and night time!

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