One member of the Think Tasmania team has been knocked for a six. We won’t delve into the health battle currently being waged by Carol Haberle, but we will send her our best wishes for a speedy recovery. She’s very considerate of her audience, and always strives to submit her weekly article. We know her adoring fans hold her in very high esteem (as do we). So to respect all parties, we’re sharing this album of photos: Hobart Waterfront by Night.
photos by Carol Haberle
True to form, Carol captured these images and was genuinely happy to share another beautiful Tasmanian scene with all our readers. Accompanied by husband Kev, she took a short walk from the hospital to enjoy the Hobart waterfront by night. As a passionate photographer, her camera was in hand as always!
There’s been some exceptional photos shared online recently, thanks to the amazing Spectra Light Tower. The installation by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda has been a feature of DARK MOFO, the inaugural winter festival staged by David Walsh of MONA fame. But Carol’s photos go to show the Hobart waterfront by night can be spectacular with or without special effects.
By all means, visit Tasmania during winter and embrace the chill factor. But you’re a cold frog, and you prefer a warmer temperature? Spring, summer and autumn all offer their own unique qualities, and the distinct change between seasons is a factor many people love about the state. So take your pick, and enjoy the destination regardless of the weather.
Night or Day: Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring
You can also enjoy beautiful scenes regardless of the time. An album with a similar theme (but showcasing photos shot during the day) was published back in 2011 and proved very popular… as will this one, no doubt. Hobart waterfront by night or by day: always a wonderful place to experience.
Carol doesn’t need any instruction whatsoever in the photography stakes, to state the obvious! But if you’re a tad photographically challenged, help is at hand: Shutterbug Walkabouts can teach you how to conquer your camera. A tour of the Hobart waterfront by night is one of their specialties. We can’t promise you’ll take photos to quite the same standard as these, but Roy and Coreena Vieth can teach you a trick or two.
Maybe you don’t want to learn how to capture your own photos. Maybe you can’t live without these Hobart waterfront photos for a moment longer? That’s fair enough. Contact Carol at Haberle Photocards to place an order. Please keep in mind there may be a slight delay just at the moment (pressing health matters do come first).
Any of the photos attributed to Carol that you’ve seen over the journey here on Think Tasmania (or on the Haberle Photocards Facebook page) can be ordered as photocards. We have some ourselves and we’re planning to frame them for the walls of our office. In fact, that might be the very next job we do! Get well soon, Carol.
All photos strictly ©Carol Haberle, H&H Photography. You can follow Carol on Facebook at Haberle Photo Cards. Carol writes feature articles for us about all things Tasmanian. If you’d like Carol to visit you, please contact Think Tasmania.
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