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bay of fires lone tree

RIP Bay of Fires Lone Tree

By now this isn’t exactly breaking news but I thought I should pay homage to the famous little Bay of Fires Lone Tree which passed away during some heavy weather late last year.

RIP Bay of Fires Lone Tree

Hmmm, something seems to be missing

 

RIP Bay of Fires Lone Tree

Yep, something is definitely not quite right here….

 

RIP Bay of Fires Lone Tree

RIP Bay of Fires Lone Tree

For those who don’t know – this little tree was right in the heart of Binalong Bay and made for a great feature against a sunrise sky, or a milky way at night so it will be missed. The Bay of Fires is a magnificent region however, with a seemingly endless number of nooks and crannies to explore. But for now I hope you’ll join me in a moments silence as we farewell the Bay of Fires Lone Tree with some of my favourite shots, from happier and healthier times 🙂

Bay of Fires lone tree

The Bay of Fires lone tree silhouetted against a still, grey dawn.

 

bay of fires lone tree with Milky Way

The Milky Way rising behind the famous tree. The brightest “star” on the shot is in fact Jupiter.

 

bay of fires lone tree at sunrise

A rather stunning sunrise, shot with a 10 stop neutral density for the moving cloud experience 🙂

For all the details on upcoming Bay of Fires trips keep an eye on my tours page.

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Luke O'Brien runs a stall at Hobart's popular Salamanca Market every Saturday where his prints and cards are available for purchase. Follow Luke's photographic adventures on Twitter at @lukeobrienphoto, at his Facebook page or by subscribing to his email newsletter.