A second shot from our recent stay in Kilcunda, not far from Inverloch on the Bass Coast. Our first long exposure shot from the area “Night Lights” shows the Milky Way from the back garden of the Airbnb we stayed at, you can find it here. This second shows the main attraction of the small town, an old historic rail bridge. The Kilcunda Trestle Railway Bridge was constructed in 1911 and was in use until 1978. Nowadays it is somewhat of a tourist attraction with photographers, cyclists, hikers and more ensuring it is on their list of places to see. We headed down there in complete and utter darkness and on a very cold night, and for one of the crew who is allergic to the cold, we needed to be quick. We scared ourselves at one point when the shadow from a torch looked like something creeping up on us, but we hope the tough conditions were worth it for this and other shots. Let us know what you think. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken in Kilcunda, Victoria, Australia.
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