Eardley-Wilmot Wall—Botanical Gardens, Hobart

BRogers

Joined August 2011

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Tasmania, perhaps more than any other state in Australia, still retains substantial evidence of the states convict past, in the shape of its built heritage.

According to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens own website, the Eardley-Wilmot wall was built circa 1845 and is “…the longest convict built structure in Australia…” The wall is one of just many treasures that makes the gardens an integral part of Hobart’s cultural and recreational life.

This scene was captured on Kodak TMAX 100 roll film with my 1955 Rolleiflex 2.8C twin lens reflex. The Rollei is fitted with a Schneider Xenotar 80mm f/2.8 taking lens. I processed the film at home in ILFORD ID-11 developer.

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