Travelling Tasmania

As a follow on to my previous post, I would like to share a little documentary I made about 10 years ago. This film shows some of the sites around my state of Tasmania. We start in Launceston, then move down south to Hobart and keep going. We finish up with a look at some of the local wildlife.

The recording of the narration is low quality – I used what I had at the time. Also, my voice was pretty flat and Vulcan at times. After I made this film I met my wife, who taught me to express emotion.

In any case, I hope you enjoy this little look into my home, and my past. The film is about 30 minutes in length.

NOTE: For those who are wondering, Mongo was my nickname in highschool. It was just something a friend made up.

If the embedded video doesn’t work, try this link direct to youTube: Watch on youTube.


About Adam David Collings

Adam Collings is a writer of speculative fiction who works as a software engineer during the day. He lives in Tasmania, Australia with his wife and two children. Adam is currently working on a science fiction novel.
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4 Responses to Travelling Tasmania

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  2. E G Lewis says:

    interesting travelog, Adam. It amazed me how much things looked like your average American city. You expect someplace like Tasmania to be different, strange, exotic and yet the world had become almost homogenous…that is except for those weird cars with the steering wheel on the wrong side! ;o) Very enjoyable. It made me wonder what I’d put on a similar tour of Oregon’s southern coast. Peace and blessings

  3. Thank you for your wonderful photos of Tasmania! It brought back memories of my visit there a few years back. I remember hearing about the great air and then being surprised by how many people smoked! Of course, I notice that because I’m from California who as a state legislates lots of anti-smoking campaigns.

    • Thanks Chris. That is very cool that you have been here. I think your observation about smoking is quite ironic. I am constantly surprised by the number of people who still smoke in this day and age. With all the health dangers, not to mention affording the things with the cost of living as it is these days.

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