I took advantage of stunning clear skies last week to shoot the stars above Eaglehawk Neck. At dusk I visited Fossil Island near the Tasman Arch, and caught some nice pink in the eastern sky as the waves crashed around me. Very atmospheric 🙂
Visiting Fossil Island requires wading across from the car park – the tide was low for this visit, but I still got very good use out of my gumboots!
And even though the tide was low, there was plenty of wave action – one wave in fact was more than I was bargaining for and gave me and my camera a bit of a scare! All’s well that ends well though as they say…
After that I shot across to the Tessellated Pavement which is an awesome location to shoot the Milky Way. I landed a couple of “blue hour” Milky Ways before it got completely dark and the Milky Way literally shone in the complete darkness.
All in all a good little mini-adventure 🙂
As always, many of these shots are available as prints through my online gallery. If you don’t see the exact shot you are after please feel free to get in touch as I am always happy to do custom orders 🙂