After a full day performing one of my favourite activities, snow shoeing, I settled on this location as a potential for a sunset photograph on the Snowy River. We were headed back and I kept this spot in mind as we had seen it earlier in the day. The set up was near perfect and I wanted to draw focus to the beautifully rounded rock in the foreground. I wondered how much water it might have seen over the years through the snow melt of Spring to round it like this.
So with the sun beginning to set and the temperature dropping dramatically I was poised in this location waiting for the light. The colour in the sky seemed to happen in spurts and were recorded in sequence over a very long exposure.