A popular New Zealand tourist attraction, the Moeraki boulders are not really rocks at all but septarian concretions of mudstone from the Paleocene period (66-65 million years ago). Some are broken by the ocean to reveal their hollow centres. Koekohe beach, Otago, South Island.
The contrast.It's the only thing I can think watching this shot; the contrast between the blue of the sky, the brown of the earth,the white of the clouds,the green of the trees. This reminds me of a painting
Lake Tekapo is the second-largest of three roughly parallel lakes running north–south along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin in the South Island of New Zealand. This image was captured during sunset and depicts the serenity and calmness of the moment.
Its always to refreshing to stare at the beauty of the Lake Wanaka and the Lonely Tree. The colors of spring is unmatched and the snow clad Buchanan Peaks make a perfect frame ... To add, i waited some time more to capture the lonely photographer also in the frame ...