Words are not enough to describe such beauty this country brings.
An 8 stitched panoramic shot of the lake and church backed by the fiery mountains on a majestic sunset. Taken just 2 months ago. Late autumn to early winter.
I would encourage you to view it at a bigger and better quality to appreciate it’s beauty and details more.
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PS: Don’t forget to zoom in btw. Cheers!!
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I came across an amazing online tutorial that teaches the art of digital blending. So as an experiment, I dug through my old lake tekapo shots from my first visit. Spring time lupines!!
Trying out my skills in photoshop, two images, one was taken after the sun has set from the horizon for my foreground and blended it with a 70 image star stacked sky taken 3 hours after… Cheers!!
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First stop, Lake Tekapo. “Destination in 558KM, 6hrs and 50mins” as the gps always says upon leaving the ferry. Yes, it’s a very long drive but for me it’s the most amazing and scenic route one can ever see.
The drive takes you from the rugged, Seal-invaded coastline of Kaikoura, through the wonderful city of christchurch, continuing to the vast farming fields and huge mountains of Ashburton and Geraldine, then finally seeing the alps from Lake Tekapo, it is like a never ending adventure for a photographer.
Sharing one of the most photographed places in the country – Church of the Good Shephered, taken on a cloudless sunny morning. I often see amazing shots of sunrise, sunsets, twilights and star trails, so i opted for a different one. Starburst! LOL
One word to describe New Zealand? AMAZING. Cheers!
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