I was lucky enough to be invited to shoot the sunset at Wurdi Youang - an aboriginal stone arrangement possibly thousands of years old. It is perfectly aligned east to west and is also an equinoxial marker, the main feature is a set of three rocks that mimic the anaike volcanco cones mountains in the You Yangs regional park. It was a pretty good feeling watching the sunset right on the middle rock and thinking this site could be around 10,000 years old. : Canon 5D Markiii
Lens: Canon 24-70mm F2.8 L USM
Setting: shot @ 70mm. f/10 1/40sec ISO50
Filter: Nisi Reverse nano IR GND8 (0.9)
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