We spent our Easter Sunday on a day outing to Sheffield Mural Fest which was held in Sheffield, Tasmania.
It was a really lovely calm sunny day. We went on a steam train ride and walked around looking at the murals and shops in the town.
After that pancakes at Tasmazia (large maze complex and miniature village of Lower Crackpot) before going home.
The image below is of a part of a larger mural. It depicts mechanical harvesting methods employed in the Kentish area at the turn of the century.
There are more pictures which I will post sporadically throughout other posts. Autumn here is a nice time of the year with warm still days and changing colours. Always an inspiration to any kind of artwork.