I spend a lot of time shooting the coast of New South Wales. It's so easy, living along such a beautiful coastline, to forget the the beauty of other areas close by.
I get around Newcastle a bit in various ways and I'm always on the lookout for good photo opportunities. The criteria varies. Good location, good light and then the holy grail of a combination of the two. Glenrock Reserve is one such place at the right time of day. A fire ripped through here a few months ago. It seems to have affected some of the trees more than others with a mixture of burnt and freshly exposed tree trunks. I loved the contrast with the new foliage rising from the ground. This was special tonight.
Canon 5Dmiii, 24-105L IS with polariser @ 50mm, ISO500, f/4, 1/30s