Not long ago we had a chance to stay at Dairy Park – a working farm in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia. Days were spent enjoying farm activities mustering sheep and cattle, driving around on ATVs and sitting near the fireplace after delicious dinner made from all the locally grown produce. One afternoon after seeing how sheepdog works and being amazed by the intelligence of this animal we drove up to the one of the highest hills on the property. Just as sun was setting down and the temperature was dropping to zero, I thought that I should have taken the gloves from the cabin. Frozen fingers, however, were very much worth the view. Perfect timing, perfect location and the sunset was stunning.
On a technical side this photo is very simple. Just a single shot handheld on manual settings to darken the picture and capture the beautiful colours of the sky. No white balance or other adjustments will make it better, so I left it as is only applying noise reduction.