12 April 2010

Godley Head, Lyttelton harbour

Lyttelton harbour is a drowned caldera.


After watching the paragliders we continued to Godley Head to walk a little way along the track on the Lyttelton harbour side (that's the entrance to the harbour). A grey day, cool although it was midsummer.

[18 January 2010; Canon 20D, 10–22 mm f4 at 10 mm, ISO 200, 1/200 at f11]


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6 comments:

Anne-Marie said...

Oh yes. A beautiful spot, and you've captured the moody feel of the day well. That rock and that grass! Fantastic!

pohanginapete said...

Thank you, Anne-Marie :^)

Zhoen said...

There's a fungus among us.

pohanginapete said...

Zhoen, if it had been a truffle I'd have been able to shout you and D a trip to NZ.

Michael said...

I would have photographed that rock too. Very place to notice.

pohanginapete said...

I bet you'd have photographed it beautifully too, Michael. I'm still trying to figure out how you get shadows to move and leaves to rustle in your photos.