That view would take my breath away and stop me in my tracks - each and every time I was fortunate enough to see it.
If I could get up there it would stop me, too!It must change with the light every few minutes, truly beautiful. I keep wondering if I could/should do that flight!
EC, I'm fortunate enough to see it often. Very fortunate.RR, sometimes the light's dull and flat, but even then I love at least the sense of height and space.You know you're always welcome here.
In this moment, a felted landscape.
Zhoen, as spring brings warmer temperatures, that felted appearance is changing rapidly. It's the usual farmer's problem: not enough feed or too much. No chance of turning any excess into hay or silage on this kind of country, either.
Kia Ora Pete, I especially enjoy the smokey mysterious allure of the distant hills...Robb
This photo looks like a painting. Beautiful hues of green. Happy Spring! (We are entering my favorite season: Autumn). Cheers, Maureen
Kia ora Robb. Crossing my fingers I can get out in those hills with you and John soon. :^)Maureen — and I'm entering mine: Spring!
Time and time again your images leave me speechless. I look and I look, and I look again ... Is this what Joyce meant by 'aesthetic arrest'? Thank you.
Barbara, thank you :^)
Great shot Pete. Fanatastic light.
Cheers Jono. Hoping to get a night or two in the Maropea in a couple of weeks' time.
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