Five years ago, Carol Haberle passed away and left a huge hole in our lives. The featured photo taken 4 February 2014 (a month before she died) was one of the last photos Carol took, and certainly the last she sent to me.
Peaceful Macquarie River
The photo of a small wooden bridge over the Macquarie River was taken at 11:44am. It is such a tranquil scene, one which Carol would have enjoyed capturing knowing her life’s journey was nearing an end.
On that note I would like to conclude this series of Carol’s work. May she rest in peace and remain in our hearts for ever. It has been a joy and a privilege to have been able to bring Carol’s work to your readers for the last five years.
I would now like to say goodbye and best wishes. Thank you for allowing me to be part of Think Tasmania. I will continue following the website to see what’s happening in the beautiful island you are so lucky to call home.
~ Greg Hale
We thank Greg sincerely for his wonderful contribution to this website. We will continue to publish photos occasionally from the collection Carol left with us before she passed away. Please send any requests about purchasing Carol’s photos to Think Tasmania via email, and we’ll forward to the Haberle family.
Greg Hale has curated this series for Think Tasmania, featuring a monthly photo (or photos) taken by Carol Haberle. Greg was a colleague, photography mentor and friend of Carol’s and we’ve been delighted to share her great work with her many fans.
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