Another shot from our visit to Tasmania in October. This one is from inland, near Pyengana on the way to St Columba Falls (see “Livestream“) which is cheese country. There is a dairy where we stopped and had lunch on two seperate occasions. Whilst there you can see the cellar full of cheese down below and watch the cows making their own way into the stalls to be milked. Apparently they are tagged on the ear which allows them access to the sheds for food and to be be milked. They are allowed to enter twice a day and if they try again the gates don’t open. This means for a very orderly and frankly, quite funny line of cows waiting for their turn. They seem to leave 2 cow lengths between them and there was no pushing or shoving. Tasmania is like that, relaxed and enjoyable. We will definitely be visiting again before long. Whilst in Pyengana, we were given permission to fly our drone on private land for this shot with cows off in the distance enjoying some time on the hills preparing the cheese. We stayed in the “Bay of Fires” region for our Tasmanian adventure. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken at Pyengana, Tasmania, Australia.
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