Our October break in Tasmania was magnificent. We were lucky enough to spend a week staying in Binalong Bay in the Bay of Fires region. Our days were kept very full exploring waterfalls, forests, small towns, the untrodden path and many a sensational beach. If you ever head to Tassie we highly recommend taking the dirt tracks you see as you are driving, we found so many sensational spots by simply exploring where most others don’t go, and everywhere is so different, so you never get bored. This shot is from Eddystone Point where there is also an historic lighthouse dating back to 1889. The huge granite boulders covered in red lichen alongside the beautiful emerald colours in the sea made for a wonderful visit and is an awesome photographic destination. You can see our other print from this location, “Headland” here. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken in Eddystone Point, North East Tasmania, Australia.
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