We spent a fair bit of time at the Sloop Reef during this months Bay of Fires trip. The Sloop Reef is one of my favourite spots and it was great seeing it under moody grey clouds with steady waves crashing below… Read more →
The Bay of Fires at night can be just as spectacular as it is by day! Here are some photos from a couple of night sky shoots in the area over the last few years, including a cloudy aurora from April 2017… Read more →
Had a bit of fun shooting a pelican last month in the Bay of Fires. The angle was really interesting as he was in some great light off in the distance while I was deep in the shadows, and I was able to frame him nicely between some foreground rocks… Read more →
The aurora australis, or Southern Lights, seem to be making a fairly regular appearance during my Tasmanian photography workshops. In the past I have experienced one rather stunning display at Coles Bay as well as a few at Cradle Mountain and now I can add this Bay of Fires aurora to the list too!… Read more →
During December I ran my 3 day Bay of Fires photography tour as a private tour, and here are a few of the highlights.
The workshop is based at Tidal Waters in St Helens where we are a 10 minute drive from the wonderful Bay of Fires coast around Binalong Bay… Read more →
The Picnic Rocks Tasmania are tucked away near Eddystone Point in the lovely Bay of Fires region. Access is via the Ansons Bay Rd which leaves the Tasman Highway just out of St Helens in the states north east. The road is unsealed but for the most part quite good, although there are a few sections where the road is fairly corrugated and bumpy… Read more →
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Mt Field & Styx Valley (1 day): Winter and spring are arguably the most spectacular time to photograph Tasmania… Read more →
Part 4 of my guide to Tasmania’s best is the Bay of Fires region in the north east.
This is one area of Tasmania that has been getting a lot of attention internationally lately. Consistently voted one of the worlds best/must see/hidden treasure and so on by international travel experts, the area includes Mt William National Park in the north and stretches south past Eddystone Point, The Gardens and Binalong Bay near St Helens… Read more →
The Bay of Fires is a fantastic stretch of coast in NE Tas, stretching from the Mt William National Park in the north, down towards Binalong Bay. Here are a few images from a trip I took to the area around easter 2009… Read more →