This is in an area of Southern Tasmania called the Channel area
Presumably because there is a body of water between Tassie and Bruny Island running most of the length of this area. Bruny Island is named for Bruni D'entrecasteaux, a french explorer who visited this area - in fact, I might have been French if the English invaders of mainland Australia had not taken fright at the thought of France taking land near them, and immediately sent a small group to colonise Tasmania - and take it in the name of England first! There are lots of places in this area with French names as a result.
Welcome to Tasmania
On to the winner's post to announce the winner of our March challenge
- unlock your potential -
The twist of course was to add a key.
There was a prize (random number selection)
It was won by Vicki!
The DT Favourite was unanimous this month and that is quite unusual
It is also the first time in quite a while that the DT Favourite has coincided with the random number winner! That is also unusual!!!
So, a double Congratulations to Vicki, especially as she made this card by mistake, thinking that the recipient was 21 this year, when really he was only 20!
Our current Challenge#56
Flora and Fauna
TWIST to add some extra texture!
We have some more DT Inspiration to stir you on to enter this month
CG's desert upbringing is shining through again!
Please remember - NO STAMPS used, including digital ones
It is always embarrassing to have to remove an entry