With the autumn colours starting to show we decided to tag-along with David and Kane from Grasstree Photography to check-out some of the landscape around Tenterfield, NSW. I loaded up the old Hilux and picked up Greg on the way. The first stop was on the side of the Centenary Highway where there was a patch of fog in the trees. The foreground consisted of a barbed wire fence which still had drops of dew which made for some interesting shots.
From there we headed off west where the next stop was on Cunninghams Gap where I shot this panorama of the Great Dividing Range. Once we made it through the range (very slowly in the Hilux) we stumbled across a field of Sunflowers in bloom. Kane and David were discussing ways to get some height to shoot the sunflowers so I decided to back the ute up where everybody had a turn shooting out of the back, and some from on the roof.
Next stop, Tenterfield. Tenterfield is a gorgeous place full of Maple trees and scenic farmland. After stopping to photograph the Maple trees in the center of town we headed down tourist drive 9 where we were greeted with a little offroad driving and some awesome scenery. We stayed around till after sunset where I was able to get some shots of the stars. I have now setup a public gallery where you are able to purchase some prints if you are interested. Just click the For Sale link on the left. There are plenty more for sale in the gallery. I will also continue to add to the gallery from my other trips.