What a piece of work is man ~ Postcards from the edge by Rhana Griffin
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Hobart in the late afternoon light, taken from a very scary vantage point (at least for someone who is a-scared of heights like me) – the top of a huge watertank.

Postcards from the edge series

“What a piece of work is man…”
William Shakespeare

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hobart, tasmania, australia, landscape, city, bridge, iphonography, vintage, retro, hipstamatic

Comments

  • Matt Penfold
    Matt Penfoldover 2 years ago

    Bill sure knew his stuff :) This really is from the edge then? :)

  • Ha! Yeah, really from the edge. With hubby holding on to the back of my tshirt to make me feel a little safer ;)

    – Rhana Griffin

  • onetonshadow
    onetonshadowover 2 years ago

    that hamlet monologue is performed by richard e grant in the rain in regents park with an umbrella and a bottle of Margaux (‘best of the century’) at the end of ‘withnail and i’

    it’s a fine cinematic moment. almost as fine as your postcard.

  • I tried really really hard to think of a sharp witty retort to this comment. But I just can’t. You really must stop being nice to me Ed, it throws me off balance!

    – Rhana Griffin

  • peter
    peterover 2 years ago

    I don’t quite know why, but I’m thinking Peter Weir when I look at this (and much of the ‘edge’ series). You haven’t been disappearing people … have you?

  • Wellllll….. I do live in an isolated little community, no one would ever know (insert evil laugh here)

    Thanks Pete :)

    – Rhana Griffin

  • peaky40
    peaky40over 2 years ago

    Beautiful capture

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