There are any number of tarns in Aoraki Mt Cook. It had been snowing heavily for days so it was with a smile that I woke up to a picture perfect day. Snow and sun can be really tricky to photograph. The white can be incredibly harsh and capturing any form of sunstar can be a hit and miss affair. A fine line between exposing for long enough to smooth out the water while still capturing the sun star. Thankfully there was no wind and I was very happy with the reflection for just 1/40th second.
From my home base, New Zealand, I chase the light in all its forms both in my own country and around the world. Creating images that show you the beauty of this incredible world I believe is a privilege.
A Landscape Photographer with an inquiring lens, I specialize in long exposures, freezing multiple seconds and minutes into an instant.
Photography is not a job, it is me. How I see the world, how my soul calms and how I interact with nature. I plan to do it forever!
Aoraki Mt Cook
Nikkor 16-35 S
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