One thing we can be short of in Victoria is a lush green landscape of rolling hills. Having been raised in the UK its certainly a feature I'm used to but due to the harsh summers here take their toll on the wide open spaces, leaving them parched for long periods of the year. Luckily during the early winter of 2019, we had a deluge of rain from a cold front which completely revitalised the land, and so I knew I had to take this opportunity to see if I could capture some great light on the landscape. I'd researched Red Rock Lookout near Colac and had found that it is actually a volcanic plain, and after seeing some images of the are on Google Earth, I knew I was going to head here. The view across to Lake Corangamite were sensational, matched only by the golden glow of the setting sun, which threw such rich light across the land forming the contrast of light and shadows I was looking for.
Location - Red Rock Lookout, nr Colac, VIC.
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