Here is a selection of Maria Island seascapes taken during a winter visit there a couple of winters ago.
Maria Island is accessed by ferry from the east coast town of Triabunna. A night or two on the island is basically compulsory for those visiting the island with photography the main aim… Read more →
While on Maria Island a couple of months ago I stayed mostly in the Darlington (north) end of the island and took a couple of walks to the Fossil Cliffs and Painted Cliffs. These locations are the most well known so I wanted to “do them justice” on this particular trip… Read more →
The Fossil Cliffs Maria Island are perhaps the best place to photograph the sunrise on the island. With a delightfully rocky foreshore and an easterly aspect it is similar to that other great location for sunrises in Tasmania, the Tessellated Pavements on Eaglehawk Neck… Read more →
Part I of my few days on Maria Island last week is a series of dusk shots at the islands most famous natural attraction – the Painted Cliffs. These cliffs are a natural formation of gently eroded sandstone which has created intricate patterns as the waves and weather shaped the cliffs over thousands of years… Read more →
I have just come back from a week of “island-hopping” on two of Tasmania’s most well known island destinations – Maria Island and Bruny Island. As I mentioned in a previous post, the ferry to Maria Island was running free of charge this winter so I took advantage of that to spend two nights/three days on the island… Read more →
For those who are planning a visit to the sunny east coast of Tasmania in the next few weeks, make sure to take advantage of the Maria Island free ferry service which has run all winter and will finish up on September 1 2013… Read more →