Feature: Weather

  • The incredible peaks of Stargazer (2352m) and Skyscraper (2347m), located on the northern flank of Mt Aspiring / Tititea
  • Eroded spires of rock and silt project into the fog at the Clay Cliffs, Omarama
  • Stirling Falls (151m), Milford Sound / Piopiotahi, illuminated by the rays of the setting sun
  • A nuclear sunrise over the Castle Hill Basin reflects in a tarn in the Craigieburn Range
  • A storm coinciding with sunset made for a surreal scene across the Canterbury Plains
  • A spectacular sunrise on a windy morning in the Tasman Valley heralds bad weather ahead
  • A lenticular cloud hovers like a UFO above Lake Pukaki and the Southern Alps
  • A winter storm creates a light show across the Tasman Valley, Aoraki-Mt Cook National Park
  • Mt Sefton (3151m) and The Footstool (2764) partially veiled under early morning cloud
  • A brief band of light illuminates Braemar Station ahead of an incoming winter storm
  • A long exposure of nor'west skies over Lake Benmore
  • A brief window of light ahead of an incoming storm across Lake Pukaki
  • Intriguing patterns under inclement skies on the western edge of Farewell Spit
  • Sun lit mist after a period of rain heavy rain on State Highway 94, Fiordland National Park
  • A gloomy Hollyford Valley captured between rain showers
  • Inversion cloud in Nelson Lakes National Park captured in a 25-second long exposure
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