Last weekend we spent 2 nights near Dungog, an hour inland from Newcastle. Dungog is a unique town with it’s historic homes and super wide streets. This is the main settlement for the surrounding farms and the pub I photographed had quite a few farmers and workers (in their high visibility outfits) having a cold beer after work….quite oblivious to the unbelievable sunset taking place above them. Love these old aussie pubs. I took many angles and once or twice I was in the middle of the main road with my tripod setup (not a busy town on a Monday night).

During the day I scouted the area and found this dilapidated old farm house. After a long walk through the tall grass I managed to get close enough to shoot, had to dodge a few cows on the way there.

Still can’t believe my luck with that sunset, doesn’t often do that for me. Enjoy my landscape photography…Brent

Would love your thoughts on these images? Please leave comments below. Brent

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