I was taking a bunch of landscape shots at sunset at Reeds lookout in the Grampians…..two nights in a row with a cloudless sky.
It’s always hard to shoot, as the sky is just so bright and doesn’t present much in the way of character.
Then, when the sun went down, this amazing orange glow intensified and I swapped lenses and zoomed into the mountains in the distance and saw this.
To me, it’s one of those shots that I just keep looking at, amazed at the beautiful landscapes we’ve been blessed with.
I think it’s the almost symmetrical mountain silhouettes against the orange afterglow that just grabs me, kind of reminds me of my childhood, when drawing mountains.
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Canon 40D w/ EF 70-200mm f/2.8L
Focal length: 200mm
Shutter: 30 seconds