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Tasman Peninsula South East Tasmania

Sunrise Photos: Tessellated Pavement Tasmania

I took an early morning drive today to the Tessellated Pavement Tasmania which is one of my favourite spot for sunrises. I have been meaning to re-shoot the pavements for a long time and the forecast overnight was for clear skies with showers developing during the day which to me meant the perfect combination for...Read More

Seascape Photography at Tessellated Pavements, Eaglehawk Neck

The Tessellated Pavements at Eaglehawk Neck is a great location to work on your seascape photography. It’s orientation to the east makes it great for sunrise photos, and the lines, cracks and rocks all along the foreshore are a photographer’s dream come true for making interesting and unique compositions. For me sunrise photography is more...Read More

Tasmania’s Best 5 Photography Locations: Tasman Peninsula

Part 3 of my guide to Tasmania’s Best 5 Photography Locations: The Tasman Peninsula, south east of Hobart. The Tasman Peninsula is approximately an hours drive from Hobart, and immediately upon reaching the Peninsula you find yourself at one of the most iconic locations in the area – the Tessellated Pavements at Eaglehawk Neck. This area...Read More

From the Vault – Crescent Bay

There was a time, before DSLR’s, when a Photo Shop was a brick and mortar business located on the main streets of towns just like yours. When chemical processing and dark rooms turned film negatives into our cherished images, and no previews on bright LCD screens illuminated our photo taking. Most of photographic history was spent in such...Read More

Cape Hauy, Tasman Peninsula

Cape Hauy is another classic day walk on the Tasman Peninsula, on the way to Port Arthur. The walk leaves from Fortescue Bay, and is a little less than 2 hours one way. The views up and down the coast, from Pirates Bay in the north all the way down south towards Cape Pillar and...Read More

Cape Raoul Walk, Tasman Peninsula

Last week we spent a couple of days doing the Cape Raoul walk on the Tasman Peninsula. The hike is approximately 5 hours return, and is most often done as a return day walk. There is however a very convenient grassed area only about 1 km from the Cape itself which is a great place...Read More