During my time in New Zealand, I have found myself shooting more and more landscape with my telephoto lens. I absolutely love how close we can get and the details we can capture from those mountains.
Absolutely gorgeous blue hour light on a mountain covered with snow near Lake Ohau, NZ.
Even during the day, the details of the ice and contrast between the snow and rocks of the summit of Mount Cook are just fascinating to me.
The evening light shining on a ridge of the famous Mount Cook, while the heavy wind blows the snow away. What a sight!
One of the first close-up photos of mountain peaks I took in New Zealand . I just loved those clouds and the light on the side of the mountain.
The most amazing light I’ve seen on Mount Cook at sunset. There was an incredible red hue all around us that made the rocks glow insanely.
Even in the middle of the day the light can be incredibly good. Those black clouds were perfect.
Clouds surrounding mountain peaks are a delight to photograph. And it’s even better with good light.
When clouds are about to engulf an entire mountain in Mount Cook National Park… The ice was covered with brown dust from the Australian wildfires.