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Towards the end of the trip I encountered a few lovely shops filled with quirky objedar. Well, either that or they were trussed up op-shops completely filled with over-priced shit depending on your particular point of view. Either way, I think I got a few nice shots.

This gorgeous clock was available for sale at the Makers’ Workshop in Burnie. The Makers Workshop is a collective of handcrafters who use the building as a place to sell their work and also a place to meet the makers – to watch them working on their crafts.

This was a calligraphy set on sale at the Makers’ Workshop in Burnie.

Here we have a sea green typewriter. For some reason the Laneway Café in Devonport had this in it’s front window.

I thought this was quite a nice angle of the coffee machine in the Laneway Café in Devonport.

The remainder of the shots in this post are taken in a shop called Mr. Wolf in Devonport. It was gorgeous inside, it had some really fascinating stock, but as Jennifer pointed out, a lot of the stock could have just as easily been in an op-shop. I’m sure you’ll agree that a lot of effort has gone into laying the shop out to make it beautiful. I liked how you can see my reflection in the teapot in this shot.

It’s all black and gold in this section. You can even buy your own silver spoon.

There were a lot of antlers in Mr. Wolf. A lot; here are some.

This is my gorgeous friend Wade taking a few photos of his own. The idea was that Wade’s photos would be used for a blog too, but I beat him to it!

This is a shot of the same part of the shop from a different angle showing Derek the deer. The shop owner told us that the deer was called Derek, she did not explain why.

I only have one more blog of Tasmanian photos to come; Beer!