The view towards Melbourne. The scenery atop the Nut. Stanley, Tasmania's North West Coast. February 2012.
If you've ever been to the small seaside town of Stanley, you'll be familiar with The Nut. One of the more distinctive landmarks in Tasmania, The Nut is an old volcanic plug with steep sides that rises up to 143 metres with a remarkably flat top. As you can see, it is possible to walk to the top of The Nut via a steep track (even for a three-year-old). For weaklings and nancies, there is the option of a chairlift...
Henry takes a break halfway up the Nut. Stanley, Tasmania's North West Coast. February 2012.
Now, a poem...
The Red Wheelbarrow, William Carlos Williams
so much depends
a red wheel
glazed with rain
beside the white
A Nut panorama. Stanley, Tasmania's North West Coast. February 2012.