Photo of the Day : : Freycinet National Park Panorama

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Korinek Photography | Freycinet National Park Panorama : : Tasmania, Australia

Freycinet National Park Panorama
Freycinet National Park  : : Tasmania, Australia

This is the shot I wanted when I first found out we were going to head to Freycinet National Park – a beautiful vista showing the famous Wineglass Bay. To get this shot, we climbed up one of the Hazards. It was probably the most difficult climb of the trip because it had rained the day before which made the granite quite slippery.

When we got to the top, we got a glimpse of this vista, but it was quickly shrouded in mist. This was to be our last day in the park, and the previous days hadn’t been any better. However, we believed that it would clear, and after waiting for about an hour in the cold mist, things finally began to clear up and I was able to do some shooting. Glad we waited.

This photograph is available for purchase as a print.

1/60 sec at f8.0, ISO 200

All images Copyright 2012 – Matt Korinek : : Korinek Photography
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8 Comments on “Photo of the Day : : Freycinet National Park Panorama”

  1. miltonjohns says:

    What a fantastic picture Matt. It was definitely worth the climb & the wait at the top.

    • Matt Korinek says:

      Thanks John! Its an interesting conundrum when you’re in a similar situation since you never know if things will pan out. Really glad that things work out. Glad you like it!

  2. rachel jane says:

    Yes I glad we waited! You knew I was NOT leaving without this shot. One that I have wanted ever since I was a kid!

  3. vera says:

    “looking down from the heavens above”..Beautiful photograph.


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