A few weeks ago, Gavin spent a few days in the state’s north west at a cricket tournament supporting junior players. He didn’t have too much spare time, but he did manage to take some nice Devonport photos. We shared a few of them via social media. Now we’re sharing them here too, for all our lovely friends who prefer Think Tasmania’s website over Facebook and Instagram and Twitter. We understand, don’t worry!

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Devonport Photos and Further Afield

Many of Gavin’s Devonport photos featured the Spirit of Tasmania. It’s a very photogenic ship! The bright red colour looks terrific, especially on a sunny day with blue-sky background. Besides the waterfront and Mersey River, we also shared a couple of images from Bell’s Parade in Latrobe and the Don River Railway. Hope you enjoy!

If you have any feedback about this story, don’t be shy. We’ve shared the Devonport photos directly from our Instagram and Facebook pages. We’d be very pleased if you left a comment, even if you can’t see the images at all or you’re having trouble loading this article via your computer. Do you prefer the Instagram look over the Facebook one, or vice versa? Consider this beta testing of a new system of sharing, if you like. If you hate it with a passion… tell us now, before it’s too late!

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