A Morning at Bushrangers Bay
Following are some long exposure images from Bushrangers Bay on the Mornington Peninsula.
The bay is accessible via a scenic walking track that begins at the Cape Schanck lighthouse carpark. Allow about an hour each way for the walk and make sure you carry some drinking water. There’s also an alternate walking track that goes from Boneo Road to Bushrangers Bay. Both tracks are about the same length.
The image above is available to buy as a print at my Zazzle and Redbubble sites.
The image above is available to buy as a print here and here.
The image above is available as a print at Redbubble.
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