Stunning sunset scenes
Glorious images captured by many local photographers
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SUNSET photographs from around the Burnett have been dropping into our inboxes over the Christmas break.
Our call to arms for local photographers to send in their best sunset pictures has produced some amazing shots.
Sunsets were captured from Gayndah’s Duke and Duchess, the sawmill at Mundubbera, Mt Hindmarsh near Monto and as far away as Broome.
Sometimes the trick is just being in the right place at the right time, so we encourage all you budding photographers to have your camera at the ready.
For those wanting a closer look, all submitted photos are on display in our Gayndah of-
SUNSET SUBMISSIONS: Jody Doyle got this great photo from the Duke and Duchess in Gayndah.
Jessie Wein calls this great sunset shot, Evening Silhoutte.
Max Wharton caught this sunset at Cable Beach, Broome.
Karlea Hindmarsh was lucky enough to photograph this double rainbow at Harrami/Monto, near Mt Hindmarsh.
Avril Linsket captured this stunning scene near the saw mill at Mundubbera.