This was made on a recent early morning poodle walk with Ari and Kayla just before Easter. We were walking on a back country road in Waitpinga. It's all agricultural landscapes around this part of Waitpinga, with some roadside vegetation and a rows of eucalypts--mostly pink gums--between the various fenced paddocks. Though this is land seen in terms of property and its usefulness, you only occasionally see human beings working the land.
The sun burst through the cloud cover for a minute or so whilst we walking along a roadway. I didn't make it to the spot that I was aiming for (the two trees over the page). I had no time to set up the Linhof Technika 70 on a tripod, which was what I'd been hoping to do. It was either this handheld photo at this spot with the Sony-NEX-7 digital camera, or nothing.