New Zealand’s South Island is on the wish list of every serious landscape photographer. I have had the pleasure of visiting it twice now and still haven’t scratched the surface. The photography opportunities here are endless. Where else would you find glaciers, fiords, mountains, remote rugged coast, wildlife, and rolling countryside within a hour of each other?
View images from New Zealand’s North Island
These majestic boulders, oddly spherical have been exhumed by coastal erosion from the surrounding cliffs. I love this place, obviously because of the interesting rock formations, but also because of it’s relatively isolated location. I’ve never been disappointed by the sunset or sunrise here, on my last visit I experienced an awesome fiery red dawn an hour before sunrise.