Near the Grampians, Victoria
I dont normally manipulate colours so this is definitely an exception.
The colours are inspired by scenes I have observed. The field is the colour of Patterson’s Curse (Echium plantagineum) an introduced, invasive and poisonous (other than to ruminants) weed which can grow is masses like this in the southern and eastern states of Australia. It is hunted ruthlessly in the West.
The tree is inspired by the Australian Christmas Tree (Nuytsia floribunda) a parasitic tree from my home state of Western Australia.
So, unfortunately you will never see this scene in reality. The two species do not occur together.
Sony Zeiss 16-35mm F2.8 @ 35mm
1/250sec @ f/11 ISO-800