Nestled in Queensland's Springbrook National Park, Natural Bridge is a naturally formed rock arch that formed over millions of years from water tumbling through the roof of a basalt cave. It is also home to a colony of glow worms.
I found this quiet little stream tucked away in the Numinbah Valley early one morning with rays of golden light streaking across the rolling plains blanketed in fog.
Driving along early one morning through the hinterland I noticed some horses grazing in the fog. After taking a few shots of the horses I stepped back and captured this shot of the farm as the sun began to rise — the light was perfect.