I visited the small seaside town of Kilcunda on the morning of the 3rd of November 2015 in the hopes of getting a good Aurora photograph, sadly although I was well set up my timing was wrong and I missed out on the Aurora. That said I decided it would be a great chance given I was there to get some night panorama's given how beautiful the starry sky was that morning.

Whilst it was cold, and I did sadly miss out on the Aurora the sky was nothing short of stunning and with that in mind I have included some panoramic tours below of both the Bass Coast Rail Trail, and also the Bridge on the same trail.

I would highly recommend the area for a visit, although with the wind I would recommend to rug up!


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Full Screen Panorama

The images were taken with a Nikon D5300 on manual, and a Nikor 10.5mm Fisheye. Images were captured with an aperture of 2.8, around ISO 800, and about 30” exposure. Images were then stitched using Kolor Giga, and the tour with Panotour Pro.

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