© Michael Evans Photographer 2016

Bay Of Fires, North East Coast Of Tasmania…

The Bay of Fires in North East Tasmania is a very beautiful location just short drive from Launceston. It was named ‘the Bay of Fires’ in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux sailing in the Adventure, after spotting the fires of the Aboriginal people dotting the beaches. Another great spot for road testing my new 5DSR…

© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
A very high resolution 9 image panoramic stitch… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
Long exposure at the beach… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
In flight…this is a heavy crop from the original image, but still possible because of the incredible resolution afforded by the Canon 5DSR… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
Moon over Picnic Rocks © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016

We were indeed fortunate to have the entire bay around the lighthouse entirely to ourselves, apart from the local wildlife of course. After the previous few days of rain and snow, this was absolutely heavenly, and not cold in the slightest…

© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
Great lunch spot… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
More pano fun of the Picnic Rocks… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
Making tracks… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
© Michael Evans Photographer 2016
As the weather turned… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
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3 thoughts on “Bay Of Fires, North East Coast Of Tasmania…

      1. Dear Michael, no issues at all 🙂

        I am really poor at responding quickly, there were instances of replying after 2-3 months to comments from my friends 🙂

        But, until then I have a kind of suffocation 🙂

        Thank you so much for your time and words of encouragements throughout my short blogging journey, I really value it 🙂

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