Queenstown is one of the most desolate environments you might encounter driving around Tasmania. Not because of its isolation or lack of trees (well, not entirely). It has been a mining town for many years - being described sometimes as a cratered moonscape. Yet it has provided me with one of my favourite rock images. I used a fairly long telephoto to capture the detail of the quarry face against the green water which fills one of the craters. Colours and texture are superb.