It is well known that blue sky is boring for photography. This is the total opposite: a good moody sky and exciting conditions.
These were quite big showers over Lake Pukaki. Not the usual colorful sunset one would hope for. I loved those conditions though.
A very isolated rain shower, outside of Twizel, New Zealand, which was spectacular to witness.
I could not have hoped for better conditions during my first visit to Lake Tekapo. This was only one of the crazy (and perfect) conditions I got.
Another beautiful sight during my first visit in Tekapo: very fresh snow on the top of the mountains, still buried in the clouds.
Big dark clouds and a little bit of light: absolutely perfect depiction of my favorite place in Scotland (the Quiraing).
New Zealand is well known for its amazing cloud formations. They are all so different and spectacular.
It was already very moody during this sunset but when the wind picked up, I could see it (on the lake) before I could even feel it.
Those clouds were rolling down the hill, like an avalanche, outside of Akaroa, New Zealand.
In the middle of the day, the light was amazing thanks to those amazing moody clouds rolling down all the mountains.
After a beautiful day, the sky clouded up and the wind picked up to create nice waves cashing on the beach.
A walk on Greymouth’s breakwater during a heavy weather day is a joy when we see such a rough sea with beautiful waves.
Pancakes Rocks is an amazing location when it is windy: the waves crashing on the rock formations are amazing to see, hear… and even feel, as the ground sometimes shakes under your feet.