The day after our wedding in Hobart, we drove up the east coast of Tasmania to the Bay of Fires lined with those famous red granite rocks. It felt like a dream.
We spent 2 nights in a beach shack in a secluded area near Binalong Bay, 20mins from the nearest town and 20mins from any phone reception. The shack overlooked the ocean and there was a window in the ceiling directly above the bed which revealed the multitude of the brightest stars you'll ever see.
There was no moon and very little light pollution so I managed to get a great view of the milky way on camera (although I had no proper tripod and only a 2.8 max aperture so I apologise for the noise from the high ISO I needed to use).
On the second day we happened across an oyster farm in between Binalong Bay and St Helens' selling freshly shucked oysters for $15 a dozen! They were the fattest, juiciest, freshiest oysters that I've ever had. Sadly I can't find it on google. I think they mainly supply commercial clients, and there is no actual food service or tables there (we took the oysters back to the shack with some lemons from IGA).
We left for Freycinet/Wineglass Bay on the 3rd day- that's the next blog post.
Notes: Shot with a Canon 6D, with Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art lens, Tamron 24-70mm 2.8, Canon 85mm 1.8. Processed with my VSCO inspired A6 Analogue/Aesthetic Preset, and my Mellow/Fade preset, both available at my Etsy Store.