A stormy sunrise on Mitre Peak in Milford Sound, Fiordland.
Storm brewing over Mt. Sefton, Aeoraki/Mt. Cook National Park.
Hot Pool at the Wai-O-Tapu thermal area on the North Island.
The Moeraki Boulders at sunrise.
The Moeraki Boulders are limestone rocks that formed as mineral deposits consolidated around a small piece of organic material. They can be as large as 3 meters in diameter.
Fish skeleton on a post, north of Westport.
Sunrise, moonset, Fohn Lakes.
Cabbage trees at sunset, south of Ross.
Camping at Fohn Lakes.
Looking at the catch. Long line fishing on the west coast.
My favorite hangout between Queenstown and Glenorchy!
A sheep overlooking Skipper's Canyon.
Storm over Lake Pukaki.
A waterfall in Milford Sound.
Poplars along Lake Wanaka.
Walter Peak, Queenstown.
View from the Sefton Bivy, Mt. Cook.
A tree coated in white mineral deposits from the steaming fumeroles of the Wai-O-Tapu thermal area.
Rare yellow eyed peguin near Moeraki. He is just beginning the fall molt which is why he has little bits of white along his back.
Evening light in Skipper's Canyon.
The Arrowtown Bakery. Arrowtown is an historic gold mining town and is now known for its beautiful fall colors.
Seracs on the Tewaewae Glacier near Mt. Cook.
The Remarkable Mountains with a dusting of snow, Queenstown.
Sunrise on a stormy day.
Hiker's on the Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand's most popular day walk.