Winter In Tasmania - Red Herring Surf
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Winter In Tasmania

A blog post by local/not so local now adventurer, Digby Ayton. See his previous post here.

Winter doesn’t seem to have completely left us yet but if you look closely you can feel the days lengthening and spring beginning to lay down its roots. According to the calendar, winter officially departed on the 31 of August. This is ether a cause for celebration or sadness depending on how you look at things. Here are some photos that remind me of the best parts of Winter in Tasmania all in black and white.

I hope everyone got some waves.  @digbyayton

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