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Three models, three photographers, one sunset, one swirling storm soon to strike. Shot at Anvil Rock, overlooking the Grose Valley, Blue Mountains. Surprisingly, there is actually an anvil set into the top of the rock. Who knows why. Victorian-era vandalism, perhaps. The colour you see was NOT created out of the camera, it was created in the taking of the photograph by the use of a Lee Polyester Light Red #23A Filter on the lens. I had put it on as I was shooting the valley behind me in Monochrome. I took the camera off the tripod because the storm was about to hit, I turned around, and quickly shot off an experimental in Landscape mode leaving the filter on. There you go.

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