As you may know, Carol loved photographing the history of Tasmania and buildings of the past. So here is Carol’s photo for the March edition of Think Tasmania. This little, once-occupied cottage is located in the rural area of Montana, south west of Deloraine. As the subject heading suggests, this cottage has “seen better days”. Hope your readers enjoy seeing something from the past ~ Greg Hale

Montana - Tasmania
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Montana Tasmania (photo by Carol Haberle)

South West of Deloraine: Montana

As Greg mentioned, Montana is a rural district south west of Deloraine in northern Tasmania. As has been our custom in the past, we refer to more of Carol’s relevant work for Think Tasmania readers below…

Deloraine and Districts Folk Museum

Deloraine and Districts - Folk Museum
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Deloraine and Districts Folk Museum

Yarns Artwork in Silk: Meander Valley

Yarns Artwork in Silk - Fabric and Textiles
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Yarns Artwork in Silk: Deloraine Tasmania

Name That Tasmanian Town!

Meander River, Deloraine Tasmania
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Meander River: Deloraine Tasmania

Mountain Huts: The Great Western Tiers

Mountain Huts - Haberle's Hut
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Haberle’s Hut: hidden, myrtle forest

Thanks for stopping by this article sharing the photo of the month by Carol Haberle for March 2016. We always appreciate your company, and love to share these photos for Carol’s many enduring fans.

Greg Hale is curating this series for Think Tasmania, featuring a monthly photo taken by Carol Haberle. Greg was a colleague, photography mentor and friend of Carol’s and we’re honoured to continue sharing her great work with readers.

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