New Zealand Through Their Eyes – Another installment in my ongoing series where I feature participants on my workshops/tours.
Elaine R. – The image of Stirling Falls is a favorite of mine because I love the smaller detail of the texture and movement and shapes of the of the flowing water. I’m very drawn to water and finding these details. it’s a more intimate look at the Falls.
Louise S. – New Zealand offers dramatic light, stunning scenes, and limitless opportunity to experiment. For me, the challenge was to learn to see and shoot in black and white. This one makes me happy.
Stephanie J. – As Tolkien said: “The greatest adventure is what lies ahead. Today and tomorrow are yet to be said. The chances and changes are yours to make. The mold of your life is in your hands to break.”
Jamie – I love this image because John pointed out the tree helped me realize their is more than one way to shoot a landscape.
Patricia P. – I liked the Moereki image because of the reflecting light on the rocks and water as well as the leading line of boulders into the distance. Of course the hint of the rainbow was great as well.
Carla F. – Choosing my favorite image from this extraordinary trip was truly difficult. There were so many!On this particular morning, there was such beautiful light, fog surrounding snow capped mountains, and soft reflections over the smooth water. And I definitely have a thing for piers!
Gayle B. – When I survived wading into the rushing stream and saw the power of the mountain, I was filled with awe!
Cathy B. – You can’t drive five minutes in NZ without seeing another gorgeous view out the window as we toured on our bus. This view was was a just one of my favorites! I left part of my heart in in NZ, and will forever be a favorite of mine. Lake Gunn, New Zealand