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Red Knob, Vaughan, Central Victoria

 

Hasselblad X-PAN camera and Hasselblad X-PAN 30mm f5.6 ASPH lens with Kodak Ektachrome Elite 100 Extra Color film

Hasselblad X-PAN camera and Hasselblad X-PAN 30mm f5.6 ASPH lens with Kodak Ektachrome Elite 100 Extra Color film

Red Knob is a rock formation a few kilometres from the tiny town of Vaughan in Central Victoria, Australia. The location is one of many old gold mining sites in the area. The rock, orange red and particularly striking against a blue sky, is well suited to a panoramic composition. I’ve photographed this site on many occasions and usually extend my visit with a walk down to the small, quiet poplar forest behind the rock.

This image was made with a Hasselblad X-PAN camera and Hasselblad 30mm f5.6 lens with Kodak Ektachrome Elite 100 Extra Color film.

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Glenn Guy, Blue Sky Photography

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