I’ve just had a marvellous trip, spending more than three weeks in Tasmania. Here are some images to share via Think Tasmania. This collection was taken in the town of Ross on October 15.

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Famous and historic: Ross Bridge (photo by David Lamplough)

The Town of Ross

by David Lamplough

I chose to visit the town of Ross, because of the legendary scallop pies made at Bakery 31 there, and the great scenery.

The day was such a wonderful one. After I’d eaten a scallop pie for lunch, I wandered around town and took in the many wonderful sights Ross has to offer. It’s such a tranquil and peaceful place. I would recommend visitors spend time here and take in the history. I am already planning for my next trip to Tasmania.

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Macquarie River: Ross Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Church Street: Ross Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Town of Ross: Church on the Hill (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Bridge Street: Ross Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Bakery 31:  scallop pies, Ross Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Along Church Street: Town of Ross (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

To Old Hobart Town from Ross, Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Another view: Ross Bridge, Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Town of Ross from the bridge (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Ross Barracks, Tasmania (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Street scene: town of Ross (photo by David Lamplough)

Town of Ross - Tasmania by David Lamplough

Soldier’s memorial town hall (photo by David Lamplough)

I do have quite a collection of images of all regions of Tasmania from this trip, and I will share more of them with your readers at a later time.

If you have a collection of photos and a brief story (like this one contributed by David Lamplough) please contact Think Tasmania. We love to share new and interesting material with all our readers via the website, newsletter and social media.

David Lamplough lives in Adelaide’s northern suburb of Elizabeth. During the 1950s, he spent his early childhood years living on Mount Nelson. At the age of ten, he left Tasmania when his parents went to seek work in South Australia. To request more information about David’s photography or his Tasmanian holiday, please leave a reply below.

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