The Bay of Fires
When I first read about the Bay of Fires I immediately knew I had to visit if we ever traveled to Tasmania. The striking orange rocks against the crystal clear, aqua blue water always seemed like something out of a movie. There is no way that could be real? The ocean can’t possibly look that good all the time…. Well, I have to say I was ecstatic when we pulled up to Binalong Bay and I saw that aqua blue water. It was real and all I wanted to do was swim!
Unfortunately, the water and the outside temperature were both a bit too cold for me to get in (I even brought my goggles and snorkel just for this occasion). Even though we had an overcast day, I still managed to get some pretty cool pictures. Patrick and I bought a new camera, an Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870 (that can go underwater! so cool) a couple weeks ago, and I have been dying to try it out. Below there are a few underwater photos (all taken with the new camera 🙂 ) of some pretty cool starfish. I can say that the new camera is great for both underwater shots and landscapes, I just need to keep fiddling with it a bit more, but all my photos taken on the camera turned out great!
Hope you enjoyed the photos from the Bay of Fires at Binalong Bay! Next stop is Bicheno, Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park!