Here’s a lovely photograph taken by Carol on 30 September 2011. She was looking towards the mouth of the Pipers River in Weymouth ~ Greg Hale
Pipers River, Weymouth Tasmania
We’ve managed to get ourselves a little out of whack with the publication of Carol’s photo of the month, and for that we apologise profusely. Greg has been selecting images as per normal, so it’s not his fault at all.
Now we’re back to work and we do plan to get back on track, sharing Carol’s photos regularly, starting with this delightful image from Weymouth. The next episode will include a photo of the Inglis River, Wynyard.
If you’re wondering about Weymouth (as we were) a little Google investigation reveals that…
Weymouth is a small township in northern Tasmania, Australia, on the Pipers River opposite Bellingham and about 60 km from Launceston. It has a very small permanent population; however, it attracts many visitors during the summer months. Weymouth has a beach, a tennis court, a community hall with a playground and a seasonal shop, which after a period of closure, has now reopened ~ Wikipedia
You’ll also find the Weymouth Progress Association has an active Facebook page, which is possibly a more reliable source of information. From the photos, it seems the lovely community is quite active. As always, feel free to leave your own comments in the reply section below, particularly if you’re a wealth of knowledge about Weymouth.
Please send any requests about purchasing Carol’s photos to Think Tasmania via email, and we’ll forward to the Haberle family.
Greg Hale is curating 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’re delighted to continue sharing her great work with her fans.
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