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I’ve had quite a few emails and comments about my photo “Painted Wave” which was featured in the last blog entry “Deconstruction Zone”. Just to put the photo into perspective, here is the grand view of the same location. A couple of years ago I might only have come back from a sunrise shoot with the big wide-angle seascape. These days, I’m always on the lookout for more creative ways of shooting landscapes to increase my yield of ‘keepers’. This is of course in addition to trying to make horizontal and vertical versions of each composition.
Eight new images have been added to the New Zealand gallery this week. In addition to “Painted Wave” and “Swept Away”, these include : a serene intimate autumn scene at Lake Benmore, some spectacular magic hour lighting in “Swept Away” and a 47 minute exposure showing startrails over the Church of the Good Shepherd at Lake Tekapo.