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Aurora during Bay of Fires Workshop!

The aurora australis made a little cameo during last weeks Bay of Fires workshop! The clouds were unfortunately placed in the south but nevertheless a clear band of green in a gap came through, and we managed a few snaps. It is always exciting to see the aurora, and as part of a group tour...Read More

Bay of Fires Aurora!

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! The...Read More

Bay of Fires Tasmania: Eddystone Point

Eddystone Point in Tasmania’s Bay of Fires is located towards the southern end of the Mt William National Park and is close to one hours driving time from St Helens. Eddystone Point Lighthouse The point is famous for its lighthouse, which is still in use (automated) these days. It is also a spectacular location for...Read More

Bay of Fires Photography Tour Report

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. In the three days...Read More

Picnic Rocks Tasmania: Bay of Fires

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...Read More