Uluru is an amazing place especially when a storm rolls over!
- Aperture: ƒ/11
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 16mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter speed: 1/30s
A little bit of the English countryside just outside Edale in the Peak District
An early morning cruise over Lake Te Anau in New Zealand to get to the start of one of the countries Great Walks – the Milford track. Not a bad way to start 4 days of hiking 🙂
One of the most amazing places on the planet – Uluru! There are so many amazing stories around the rock told by the traditional owners – the Anangu people. And it’s also an amzing place to photograph and look at with the changing colours throughout the day and the dramtic skies as storms pass over.
Staying in the Mount Cook area of New Zealand and another lake – Tasman Lake which was formed and is fed from the melting Tasman Glacier. The lake is often filed with mini icebergs and although they weren’t operating when we were there you can take small boats out among them on the lake.
A perfect spot with the mountain backdrop – and also a dramatic reminder of global warming when you realise how rapidly the glacier is retreating!
Doubtful Sound in Fiordland National Park on New Zealand’s South Island.
Wikipedia History: Doubtful Sound was named ‘Doubtful Harbour’ in 1770 by Captain Cook, who did not enter the inlet as he was uncertain whether it was navigable under sail. It was later renamed Doubtful Sound by whalers and sealers, although it is not technically a sound but a fiord.
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