FIRST LIGHT ON LITTLE HORN

The first direct rays of an autumn sunrise reach Little Horn, a summit of Cradle Mountain, and bathe it in a red glow for several fleeting minutes. The peak is reflected in the seemingly tranquil waters of the Twisted Lakes amongst pencil pines and golden fagus trees.

Lake-St Clair National Park, Tasmania

Sony A7R, Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II Tilt Shift Lens, 0.2, f/11, ISO 100, tripod

by Luke Tscharke, New South Wales