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Tasman Bridge and a snowy Mt Wellington

The snow in Hobart has been a major talking point this week, and with many of the roads closed I took a quick drive to Lindisfarne this morning to shoot a snow capped Mt Wellington at sunrise. The Tasman Bridge of course was looking splendid all lit up pre-dawn until the beautiful pink dawn took over. Here are the results 🙂

Tasman Bridge Mt Wellington Snow

The Tasman Bridge lit up pre dawn this morning, with a snowy Mt Wellington an impressive background. Early morning long exposure with no filters.

Tasman Bridge & Mt Wellington, Hobart

The “blue hour”, just before the burst of colour at sunrise. Long exposure, no filter.

The Tasman Bridge & Mt Wellington, Hobart

A 5.5 minute long exposure at sunrise, with a 10 stop ND filter. Lovely pink clouds skidded across the sky for a long while this morning, allowing for this extra long exposure with my trust B+W 10 stopper.

The Tasman Bridge & Mt Wellington, Hobart

Shot after my 10 stop long exposure, this is an in camera “Interval Composite” of 40 images as the sky continued to brighten and the sunrise colours turned more to orange.

The Tasman Bridge & Mt Wellington

After the sunrise I put on my 70-200 mm for a closer view. The colour by now was done and dusted, so here is a black and white of a snowy Mt Wellington.

Anyone visiting Hobart or Tasmania this week should make sure to check for road closure information, in particular if planning a visit to the popular National Parks such as Mt Field or Cradle Mountain. Tasmania Police have a regularly updated list of road closures.

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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.