Category: Portrait Format

  • A nor-westerly storm rolls in over rolling farmland in Central Otago
  • A slot canyon in the Haast Pass area
  • Shooting Stirling Falls in Milford Sound never results in a dry camera!
  • Early morning starts at Lake Tasman may be cold but they are often beautiful for photography
  • Day transitions to night at Lake Camp, Canterbury
  • A long exposure of Wainuiototo Bay, with New Chums Beach just out of frame to the left
  • Sunrise greets the infamous and very popular Cathedral Cove, located near Hahei
  • The last moments of warmth for the day light up the trees lining Lake Camp
  • When the hoar frost descends on the Mackenzie Country it can be so intense that it looks like snow!
  • A storm approaches the West Coast (captured just to the north of Punakaiki)
  • After getting up incredibly early on a summer morning and initially being disappointed with the light and wishing I had stayed in bed, the arrival of the sun lighting up the horizon across Lake Te Anau turned out to be some of the most surreal conditions I've yet experienced!
  • An aerial view of the Godley River has it descends from the Southern Alps towards Lake Tekapo
  • An alignment of rocks provides a great leading line to this winter scene at Lake Tekapo
  • In November 2016 the Kaikoura area was hit by a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake; but the place remains as beautiful as ever!
  • Although predominantly seen in purples and pinks, lupins can be found in nearly every colour of the rainbow.
  • The Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua is best known for it's giant redwood trees, but it has mighty tree ferns too!
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